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The life and legacy of the “Notorious R.B.G” will live on for generations 

The life and legacy of the “Notorious R.B.G” will live on for generations 

Hannah Horowitz, Contributing Writer

September 23, 2020

The event has left many Americans grieving, perplexed by what the future has to hold for Ginsburg’s now vacant seat. At this moment, it feels appropriate to honor her legacy by reminding readers of the incredible work she did towards eliminating gender discrimination in all aspects of American society. We cannot let her life work and accomplishments be overshadowed by the tumultuous political period that we are currently experiencing

Cucalorus 24 Review: “This Changes Everything”

Still from This Changes Everything.

Veronica Wernicke, Opinion Editor

November 14, 2018

50 percent of films shown at Cucalorus are made by women. Sadly, that isn’t the case everywhere else.    I was brought to tears by "This Changes Everything," Tom Donahue's documentary about the representation and misrepresentation of women in Hollywood. So many times in Hollywood movies, we have ...

UNCW students join the #MeToo conversation

Alyssa Milano's movement-sparking tweet

Meredith Hoffman, Assistant News Editor

October 21, 2017

Oct. 15, actress Alyssa Milano sent a tweet to her followers that has since been viewed as a metaphorical call to arms for women around the country and parts of the world. The tweet was short and read “If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet.” In...

The SheHawk: Saudi women finally allowed behind the wheel

The SheHawk: Saudi women finally allowed behind the wheel

Veronica Wernicke, Staff Writer

October 9, 2017

Veronica Wernicke is a freshman at UNCW majoring in Communication Studies and is a staff writer for The Seahawk. The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author. Veronica Wernicke may be found on Twitter @itsveronica98. All suggestions and inquires may be sent via email to [email protected] Women and wome...

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