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Colleges respond to President's challenges

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With so jobs at a premium, higher education is more important than ever. But many Americans are trying to figure out how to pay for college. In last night's State of the Union, President Obama put an emphasis on bringing those costs down. Full story...
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Renowned surgeon takes part in UNCW MLK celebration

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video Benjamin Carson is the Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Children's Center. Full story...
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Bottled water drive benefits Haiti

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video UNCW volunteers will man the drop-off site at the Reserve at Forest Hills until 10 tonight. They'll be there tomorrow from 3 to 10 p.m. as well. Full story...
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UNCW professor discusses earthquake's impact

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videoAs the disaster in Haiti continues to develop, the magnitude of destruction is a cruel reminder of the power of mother nature. Full story...
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Former UNCW hoops coach out at DePaul

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Jerry Wainwright coached UNCW from 1994 to 2002. Full story...
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UNCW among "Best Values"

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Several North Carolina schools are among the best academic values in public colleges according to Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine. Full story...
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Homecoming for Wake Forest center as they beat UNCW Wednesday night

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videoIt was a big game at Trask Coliseum as UNCW hosted Wake Forest Wednesday night. Unfortunately, Wake spoiled the party with an 80-69 win over the Seahawks. Former New Hanover Wildcat Ty Walker played a few minutes for the Demon Deacons. Full story...
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Wilmington local torn between UNCW/Wake Forest game

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videoThe ACC visits the CAA as Wake Forest takes on UNCW at Trask Coliseum Wednesday night in men's basketball. It could be a tough game to watch for longtime Wilmington resident Alley Hart. He loves the Seahawks, but he played for Wake Forest. Full story...
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UNCW graduation filled with hope, anticipation and enthusiasm

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videoThis weekend marked the end of a journey for more than 1,700 students at UNCW, as the university celebrated its fall commencement. But what faces these young minds as they head out into the job market? Full story...
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Seahawk students staring at possible tuition hike

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videoIt looks tuition is on the way up at UNCW. Trustees met Friday to ponder their options. Full story...
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Fancy footwork part of final exams at UNCW

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It was a final exam involving some fancy footwork for some students at UNCW Thursday. Twenty-four students competed in an International Ballroom and Latin Dance competition for the final grade. Full story...
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Pender County woman to sing national anthem at UNCW game

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A Pender County woman has been chosen to sing the national anthem at Saturday night's Seahawk basketball game. Pearl Pollock has been living in Pender County for the past 26 years. Full story...
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UNCW offering H1N1 vaccine to students, faculty and staff

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For the second time this month, UNCW is offering free H1N1 vaccines. Last week's vaccine clinic was open only to students. This time around, the vaccine is available to students, faculty and staff. Full story...
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Seahawks test well in NCAA's GSR Report

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For the second year in a row, UNC Wilmington's sports teams have posted a graduation success rate of 90 percent. That includes eight teams with a perfect 100 percent mark in the NCAA's litmus test for academic success. Full story...
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UNCW men's soccer team to face 49ers of Charlotte

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The UNC-Wilmington men's soccer team earned the CAA's automatic bid to the NCAA tournament Sunday with a 1-0 win over Northeastern University. Monday night, the team gathered at Buffalo Wild Wings to watch the tournament selection show. Full story...
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