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  • Posted: March 31, 2016
    NYTimes Online Access for UNCW

    Randall Library now offers online access to The New York Times for all UNCW faculty, staff, and students through an academic site license.

    Follow the link http://www.nytimes.com.liblink.uncw.edu/GroupPass to create an account that will allow you to log in and access all NYTimes.com content from any computer and any mobile device using the NYTimes mobile app. Access includes the International, Spanish, and Mandarin editions of the Times as well.

    Faculty, staff, and students are also entitled to access to supplemental resources found within the New York Times in Education site. Please register separately for these resources at http://nytimesineducation.com/register. They include content created by faculty consultants/experts in the field, articles with activities to use in course, and learning outcome keywords linked to others using the same tag.

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  • Posted: March 02, 2016
    Graffiti Vandalism is a Crime in North Carolina

    Beginning December 1, 2015, graffiti vandalism became a crime in North Carolina. The new law, House Bill 552/S.L. 2015-72, means that unlawfully writing or scribbling on, marking, painting, defacing, or besmearing the walls of any public building or facility may result in a misdemeanor or felony charge.

    Please help us prevent this costly crime and share your concerns by contacting us at library.uncw.edu/contact; by calling 2-2222, University Police non-emergency number, or use TEXT-A-TIP by sending message to CRIMES (246370), beginning the message with TIP708.

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