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UNCW approves chancellor search committee's 3 recommendations

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The University of North Carolina Wilmington Board of Trustees approved its chancellor search committee's three recommendations during a special called meeting Thursday. Full story...
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Goolsby among new appointments to UNC Board of Governors

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Former state Sen. Thom Goolsby is among the new members appointed today to the UNC Board of Governors. Full story...
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Teacher of the Week: Laura Spooner

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Our Teacher of the Week didn't have to find a four-leaf clover or kiss the Blarney Stone for luck. Hard work, passion, and dedication were enough to get her a pot of gold. Full story...
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Community college scholarships OK'd by NC House panel

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North Carolina high school students with strong grades could receive free community college tuition in a bill that's cleared its first legislative hurdle. Full story...
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Prom closet opens to students

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videoThe Prom Closet officially opened for girls looking for an elegant gown or cocktail dress for their big night. Full story...
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UNCW chief of staff leaving for Clemson

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videoAnother top administrator is leaving UNCW. Chief of Staff Max Allen is heading to Clemson University in South Carolina for the same position. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Pruden lands $57,000, 7-month state job

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videoIt did not take long for former Brunswick County Schools Superintendent Dr. Edward Pruden to land a new job. Full story...
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CFCC hosting French Film Festival

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videoParlez vous Francais? That's what's happening at Cape Fear Community College for the next week. Full story...
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100+ young girls attend technology summit

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videoAbout 100 young women from New Hanover and Pender County middle schools went to UNCW for GE Hitachi's seventh annual "Girls in Technology Summit." Full story...
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Professor targeted for firing in UNC academic fraud retires

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A senior professor at North Carolina's flagship public university is the highest profile casualty in an academic fraud scandal that saw administrators helping athletes get easy grades so they could keep playing. Full story...
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