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UNCW students jailed for good cause

A number of UNCW students were put in jail Monday, but it was all for a good cause. Students donated their time to be put in charity jail to collect money for the Special Olympics. They were released after they reached a minimum of $100.

UNCW students compete in blood drive competition

videoThe name of the game is giving back to the community. UNCW students are giving blood in a competition that also allows them to show some school pride.

UNCW competing in annual blood challenge

UNCW is competing with other schools in the Colonial Athletic Association Monday in something a little bigger than sports.

UNCW Habitat for Humanity chapter builds Seahawk Cottage

The UNCW Habitat for Humanity chapter is partnering with United Way and the Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity to completely build its first home. The house will be called the Seahawk Cottage.

UNCW Pays Tribute to Rodgers & Hart

Blending the vintage with today is a specialty at UNCW. Saturday night, the University will host a tribute to the musical genius of Rodgers and Hart.

UNCW hosts education summit

The University of North Carolina at Wilmington was the site for a rather weighty summit on education Wednesday -- a summit that included the public.

Locals remember 9/11 attacks

videoPeople around the country and here at home are remembering the sixth anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Outside Randall Library the college Republicans have placed 3,000 flags in remembrance. This was just one way people are showing support Tuesday.

UNCW tests new siren warning system

videoIf you were anywhere near UNCW's campus at noon, you most likely heard the university's newest safety measure. The Seahawk warning siren system is the latest addition to UNCW's emergency preparedness system. Monday the sirens were put to the test.

UNCW celebrates 60 years of education

UNCW just celebrated a milestone birthday. Exactly 60 years ago Tuesday UNCW held its first class. Of course, it was known as Wilmington College back then.

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