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CFCC students want your water samples to test

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Cape Fear Community College wants to find out what's in your water. CFCC students are taking a closer look at the area's water sources as part of a study funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation. Full story...
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CFCC heads to national basketball tournament

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video College basketball teams from the state of North Carolina have a rich history of success, but there's never been a team from the Tar Heel State to play in the championship game of the National Junior College Tournament. Cape Fear Community College hopes to change that next week. Full story...
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Perdue's budget plan cuts CFCC Marine Tech program

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video Gov. Bev Perdue released a budget plan today that preserves public teaching jobs. But she still found ways to cut back on education. Perdue wants eight specialized programs from community colleges throughout the state eliminated. Included in that list is the Marine Technology program at Cape Fear Community College. Full story...
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CFCC breaks ground on new building

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Downtown Wilmington will soon have a glimpse of the past. Cape Fear Community College broke ground this morning for its Union Station building at the corner of Front and Red Cross Streets. Full story...
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CFCC to give away free basketball tickets in honor of MLK Day

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Cape Fear Community College will give away free tickets to the Saturday, Jan. 15 basketball game in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Day. The game starts at 5:00 p.m. and the Sea Devils will take on Mount Zion Academy in the Schwartz Center in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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See 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' on stage and screen

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A beloved Christmas cartoon comes to life this weekend. You can catch the original 1965 animated classic "A Charlie Brown Christmas" on stage at Cape Fear Community College. Full story...
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CFCC culinary students show off just desserts

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Just what you need after the big feed last Thursday. Culinary students at Cape Fear Community College presented their annual Pastries and Confections Open House this afternoon. Full story...
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CFCC culinary students hold annual dessert exhibition

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For students at Cape Fear Community College, classes can be really sweet - particularly if they are enrolled the culinary arts program. Full story...
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Students' sweet revenge supports diabetes research

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For a small fee of two dollars a pie, students got faculty and staff a little messy, but not just for giving them bad grades. The money raised will go toward the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Full story...
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CFCC hosts health fair Wednesday

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As cold and flu season quickly approaches, Cape Fear Community College will hold its annual Harvest Health, Wellness and Safety Fair on Wednesday at the Schwartz Center in downtown Wilmington from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Full story...
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Cape Fear Fair & Expo ticket sales to benefit CFCC scholarships

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Ferris wheels, cotton candy and scholarships. Going to the Cape Fear Fair & Expo will help Cape Fear Community College students get a free ride to college. Full story...
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Students upset colleges stayed open during storm

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video At a time when New Hanover County is under a State of Emergency and officials are advising people to stay home, college students still had to go to class today. Full story...
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CFCC marks end of summer, start of fall

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Cape Fear Community College students marked the end of summer in style with their annual Fall Fest celebration. Full story...
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CFCC panel discusses religious tolerance

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The event was sparked by two big stories that have dominated news lately. One was the construction of the Mosque at Ground Zero. The other was the Florida pastor who wanted to have "Burn a Kuran Day" on the anniversary of 9/11. Full story...
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Verizon sets up CFCC scholarship for domestic violence survivor

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The Verizon Wireless Wilmington Call Center has established a $2,000 scholarship at Cape Fear Community College for a survivor of domestic violence. The scholarship will cover tuition, textbook expenses and related fees for an individual referred by Wilmington’s Domestic Violence Shelter and Services. Full story...
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