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Trustees backs UNCW chancellor after Faculty Senate’s attempt to censure him

The UNCW Board of Trustees has made it clear for their support of Chancellor Zito Sartarelli following the Faculty Senate's attempt to censure him.

Student group upset over UNCW chancellor’s use of ‘All Lives Matter’ during Town Hall

The UNCW Black Student Union said during a Town Hall meeting to discuss ways the university could show their solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, Chancellor Zito Sartarelli said that would be difficult to do because he believes All Lives Matter.

UNCW holds vigil after deadly shooting at UNC Charlotte

The impacts of the UNC Charlotte shooting felt across the state at its sister campus in the Port City.

Gov. Roy Cooper says downtown Wilmington ‘revitalized’ after Florence

Governor Roy Cooper called Wilmington "a great place to be" during a visit to survey Hurricane Florence recovery efforts Tuesday.

University still repairing classrooms and apartments four months after hurricane

Renovation and repairs at UNCW following Hurricane Florence will continue throughout this school year and beyond.

UNCW acts to make up for time lost due to Florence

A North Carolina university has canceled its fall break and pre-exam reading day to help make up for time lost due to Hurricane Florence.

UNCW still under construction, still set to open on-time

After deciding to push back resuming classes by another week, UNCW is now starting to look like itself again.

New details on UNCW after Hurricane Florence

We now know more about the condition of UNCW's campus after Hurricane Florence, and when things will start getting back to normal.

UNCW hopes to resume classes Oct. 1

In a message to the campus community this afternoon, Chancellor Zito Sartarelli announced that the campus could begin reopening to staff Wednesday.

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