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UNCW’s recent change in billing practices could result in lower tuition costs

In accordance with the UNC board of governors’ (BOG) Task Force on Pricing, Flexibility and Affordability, UNC Wilmington (UNCW) will be updating their billing practices for the next academic year. 

The UNC System will eliminate their “stair-step/block” model used for main campus programs and instead create an equal tuition rate for main campus and distance programs. 


“Just Us” resiliency program designed to promote Wilmington youth expression

For A frowning Pikachu stands atop a column in the figure of a woman with her hands behind her back. The woman is an atlas, an architectural term for a sculpture that appears to support a structure—based on the Greek mythological figure Atlas who hefted “the weight of the world” on his shoulders.  

A seventh grader named Michelle stitched the rendition by hand on a swath of indigo-dyed fabric. The woman in the illustration is her sister.   


STILLWATER, Oklahoma – After having its series against James Madison canceled due to COVID-19 protocols, UNCW baseball (15-12, 4-5 Colonial Athletic Association) booked a plane ticket and headed west for the weekend.

The Seahawks traveled to O’Brate Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma for a three-game series with Oklahoma State (21-7-1, 6-3 Big 12 Conference). The no. 13 ranked team in the country quickly let the Hawks know its trip to the Sooner State would not be an easy one.

The Yes, President Biden and former President Trump are also at fault. Well, sort of.

It is true that since Biden took office, the number of apprehensions of migrants entering the U.S. from the southern border surged after he promised in his campaign to enact more liberal immigration policies. It is also true that Trump’s directives were extremely controversial and sometimes in violation of human rights, which Biden harped on during his campaign. 

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North Carolina Senate proposes bill to exempt feminine hygiene products from sales tax

The exempt feminine hygiene products from sales tax. Senate Bill 614, filed on April 7, would make feminine hygiene products more accessible and less costly to consumers.

The main sponsors of the bill include Senator Natasha Marcus (D) from Mecklenburg, Senator Natalie Murdock (D) from Durham and Senator Julie Mayfeild (D) from Buncombe. 
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