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Students want to be able to carry concealed weapons on campus

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Some UNCW students wore gun holsters on their belts Wednesday, minus the gun. The College Republicans sponsored Empty Holster Day. They are protesting the fact that people with the proper permits are not allowed to carry concealed weapons on college campuses. Full story...
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UNCW students work on creating their own text message applications

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videoText messaging is something many of us do when we want to communicate a quick message without making a phone call. A group of UNCW computer science students are some of the first in the country to develop these text-messaging applications. Full story...
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UNCW tea party

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On UNCW’s campus Wednesday, the college republicans spent most of the afternoon handing out pamphlets and information on what they say is wasteful spending. Full story...
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UNCW helps seniors with a fair that helps them stay active

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Area seniors looking to stay active got some help from UNCW. While job opportunities were few at the fair, seniors had the chance to learn about ways to stay active. Full story...
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Access to University Landing closed off for residents in nearby apartment

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videoSome residents of a Wilmington apartment complex are not happy about losing easy access to a nearby shopping center. Full story...
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UNCW Razor Walker Award recognizes Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina

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videoIt began more than 50 years ago as a home for young men struggling with family issues. Now it is a place where abused or neglected boys and girls can get the care and education they need to succeed. Full story...
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UNCW attempting to cut energy costs

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With education budget cuts on the state level, school officials at UNCW are finding ways to save money. UNCW is working to drop their energy consumption by twenty percent next year. Full story...
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Thursday UNCW celebrates Teal Day

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If you are near the UNCW campus Thursday, you may see a “sea” of teal. Today the university will celebrate its first Teal Day, and proclaim it as the official school color. Full story...
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UNCW students talk business with new Hard Rock Park owner

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UNCW students are getting down to business. Wednesday, executives gave them the inside scoop about the business world. Students were able to ask questions and hear about ways to jump-start their business careers once they graduate. Full story...
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UNCW hosts its second Seniors Health Fair

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Calling all senior citizens. Thursday, the UNCW School of Nursing is inviting you to take part in the Second Annual Seahawks and Seniors Health Fair. Full story...
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Study to track bacteria makes a colorful splash at Wrightsville Beach

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The water at Wrightsville Beach turned red and green Tuesday. Wrightsville Beach and UNCW performed a companion study to track bacteria found in the water. Full story...
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Road work on campus this week at UNCW

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Workers are installing underground storm water pipes. That means driver's won't be able to make a continuous loop around campus. The work was intentionally planned for spring break since there are fewer drivers on campus. Full story...
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UNCW nursing students host health fair

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Dozens of UNCW nursing students hosted a health fair at the Martin Luther King Community Center. The fair was geared towards helping seniors age healthy. The fair offered activities, demonstrations and health screenings. Full story...
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UNCW becomes prepared for crisis situations

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UNC Wilmington has just been recognized as the first institution of higher education in the state to complete a FEMA-approved crisis mitigation plan. Full story...
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Friends remember UNCW student involved in fatal car crash

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videoThe weather played a role in the death of a 21-year-old UNCW student over the weekend. Ryan Young died Saturday in a car crash in Brunswick County. Full story...
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