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UNCW's Reel Teal Film Festival gets rolling Friday night

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videoUNCW's student-run Reel Teal Film Festival, featuring films from both across our area and includes some international submissions, gets rolling Friday night. Full story...
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Feast Down East conference held at UNCW

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videoThe 5th annual Feast Down East Regional Conference was held at UNCW Friday. Farmers, fishermen, chefs, local policy makers, and regulars consumers were all there with the goal of learning how to build a healthy and strong local food system. Full story...
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UNCW unveils new sports logo

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videoUNCW has unveiled a new athletics logo. Gone is the seahawk head and wave inside a number one. It's been replaced by a fiercer looking seahawk face within a triangle. Full story...
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UNCW student found dead in on-campus apartment

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A UNCW student was found dead in his on-campus apartment this morning, according to a news release. Full story...
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Chancellor: UNCW track discontinuation is final

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video At a UNCW board of trustees meeting, Interim Chancellor William Sederburg announced the discontinuation of the track program at UNCW is final. This announcement comes after meetings and fundraisers with supporters of the track program. Full story...
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UNCW appoints interim provost

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video At the UNCW board of trustees meeting Friday, university leaders announced a new interim provost. Full story...
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UNCW board of trustees talk future plans

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videoWith sports programs cut and school leaders heading to other universities, there are a lot of questions about the future of UNCW. Full story...
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UNC system President Tom Ross leaving next year

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video University of North Carolina system President Tom Ross will leave the school next year, the university's board of governors said Friday. Full story...
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NC public universities eye tuition hikes after 1-year hiatus

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North Carolina's public universities want to raise tuition and fees by an average of 4 percent next year and 3.5 percent the following year for undergraduate state residents. Full story...
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Supporters of UNCW track meet with administration

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videoSupporters of saving UNCW's track and field program had a meeting with the university's administration today. Full story...
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