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SGA President Cody Brandon delivers his State of the Union Address on Sept. 19, 2023.

SGA holds 2023-2024 State of the Union Address

Grace Lanham, News Editor October 6, 2023

Tuesday, Sept. 19 marked the annual UNCW’s Student Government Association (SGA) State of the Union Address, an event dedicated for those elected to the new student body president and cabinet. This...

Composite image of a falcon taking flight from atop Morton Hall. (Jamie Leigh Royal/The Seahawk)

OP-ED: Nesting at UNCW

Jamie Leigh Royal, Staff Writer October 4, 2023

Congratulations, you have successfully made it to a brand-new adventure in your life. Whether you have just joined UNCW or you are returning, I wanted to acknowledge your accomplishment. You have done...

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UNCW men’s soccer takes down Campbell on Alumni Weekend

Ryan Wiener, Sports Editor October 3, 2023

The UNCW men’s soccer team played against the Campbell Camels on Saturday, Sept. 23rd at Wilmington. Coming  into the game, UNCW’s record was 4-2-2 (0-1-1) and Campbell’s was 1-1-4 (0-1-2). UNCW...

Parking at UNCWs The Hub.

UNCW parking goes virtual this year, but students say there are still problems to fix

Aleks Jones, Contributing Writer September 28, 2021
This semester parking services’ enforcement and technology use evolved to meet the demands of the university’s growing pains, but student and staff opinions on the shift oscillate between criticism and acceptance. With this year’s expansion of the university and a record-breaking enrollment, parking services reinvented how parking operates on campus.
The health center is inside Depaolo Hall.

The Board of Governors increases security and health fees

Veronica Wernicke, News Editor April 15, 2021

In February, the UNC System board of governors (BOG) approved to increase student fees for health services and campus security starting in fall 2021. The health services fee will now be $246.07, an...

Pelican and Sandpiper Hall.

Construction efforts around UNCW ramp up as spring semester draws to a close

Andrew Lemon, Assistant News Editor March 30, 2021
The development plans to bring a large amount of new residential space to the area, with 250 apartment units, 40 townhome units and 120 single-family homes. The commercial space will be made up of a 10,000 square foot shopping center, office space, restaurants and a hotel.

UNCW students speak on recent government shutdown

Hannah Bonet, Staff Writer January 28, 2019

The United States government was shut down on Dec. 22, 2018, until ended on Jan. 25. There were a total of 35 days in which government employees were not being paid. This shutdown was caused by President...

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For the love of monsters: the creative mind of a UNCW sophomore

Rachel Cash, Contributing Writer November 15, 2018

Jules Miller has sewn enough that he knows the pros and cons of each kind of fabric. He recommends minky for stuffed plushies. Fleece gets pilly. Plush sheds flakes of fabric when you cut along the...

UNCW professor links hurricanes to lower breast cancer survival rates

UNCW professor links hurricanes to lower breast cancer survival rates

Maddie Driggers, Lifestyles Editor October 11, 2018

Hurricane season brings devastation to many residents of the coast, a fact that hits close to home for UNCW students. We typically talk about the immediate impacts of storms such as Florence. However,...

How to become involved in Hurricane Florence relief efforts

How to become involved in Hurricane Florence relief efforts

Kyle Kissinger, Staff Writer September 20, 2018

UNCW’s Office of Community Engagement has assembled a list of local, regional and national organizations that are assisting in relief efforts following the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. The following...

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