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UNCW honors graduating student-athletes

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videoUNCW Seahawks are ready to soar into their future. Today the school honored graduating athletes. Full story...
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UNCW grad student uses hip hop as therapy tool

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video A UNCW grad student's name may not be familiar to you, but his alias Kon Sci has been making waves in the local music scene for the years. Full story...
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WWAY's Friday night sports - May 3; Hammerheads lose, UNCW baseball wins

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video The Wilmington Hammerheads and UNCW baseball team both saw road trips come to an end; the return to the Port City went better on the diamond than the pitch. We've also got high school highlights including a Mideastern Conference championship game. Full story...
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Documentary on eating disorders to screen at UNCW

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Project HEAL, a nonprofit organization that funds scholarships for eating disorder treatment, is hosting a screening of the documentary "Someday Melissa." Full story...
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UNCW students hold vigil for Boston victims, Virginia Tech

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video Just after dark Tuesday night, UNCW students started to gather near the student union. The purpose was a student organized vigil for those killed and injured in Boston and to remember Virginia Tech. Full story...
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UNCW Police investigate suspicious fires

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UNC Wilmington Police are looking for help figuring out who set two suspicious fires on campus last week. Full story...
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Former UNCW coach Cooper-Dyke leaves TSU for Southern Cal

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Former UNCW women's basketball coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke is heading back to her alma mater Southern California, according to a Houston TV station. Full story...
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UNCW in battle to bring special movie screening, stars to campus

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videoStudents at UNCW are competing against other colleges in a unique contest. They are trying to win a visit from some famous comedians. Full story...
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Margaret Thatcher remembered as trailblazing leader

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The world is remembering a powerful leader today. Arguably the most influential female leader of the 20th century died of a stroke. Margaret Thatcher, England's first woman prime minister, paved the way for many female politicians today. Full story...
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Paws 4 People hosts race at UNCW

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videoPaws 4 People held its 5th annual 5k, 10k and 1 mile fun walk at UNCW this weekend. WWAY's very own Tim Buckley served as the event's master of ceremonies Sunday morning. Full story...
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Paws4people foundation to host benefit race at UNCW

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The paws4people foundation is in it for the long run, helping to enhance the lives of people in our community by providing canine companionship. The foundation trains and certifies assistance dogs for children, veterans and active-duty military members with disabilities, and this weekend, they're kicking it up a notch by hosting a race at UNC-Wilmington. Full story...
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UNCW's Graham talks about playing for fired Rutgers coach

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A UNCW basketball player is speaking out about his infamous former coach, who was fired after video surfaced of him mistreating his players. Full story...
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Biedenbach leaves UNCA to become assistant at UNCW

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videoUNCW men's basketball coach Buzz Peterson has filled an opening on his staff. Eddie Biedenbach will leave his head coaching position at UNC Asheville to join the Seahawks as an assistant. Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - April 1

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videoOn Monday former UNCW basketball standout Mark Byington was officially named men's head basketball coach at Georgia Southern. UNCW named Rob Aycock the new director of the Seahawk Club. Former New Hanover slugger Jordan Betts was named the baseball player of the week in the ACC on Monday. Two former Wilmington Waves made their Bosox debut on Monday. Plus more! Full story...
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Academy Award winners come to UNCW

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video Two Academy award-winning screenwriters are in the port city. UNCW's film department invited these two Oscar-worthy men to speak about their experiences. Full story...
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