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The Seahawk (digitized), 1948-1999

Instructions: There are 10 search results because years are combined (i.e., one file for 1948-1973). Click on each file individually to search that time frame. Then click on Read Online in upper left corner. Enter search terms in the box that says "Search inside." You have to open file individually to search; you cannot search across all issues at this time. You may open PDFs, but the first one (1948-1973) is too large for downloading.

 

The Seahawk (digitized), 2000-2006

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Wilmington College began as a temporary college center under the Division of Extension at UNC-Chapel Hill in 1946. After the passage of a public referendum in March 1947, Wilmington College gained the local support and property tax levy to earn permanent status. On September 4, 1947, Wilmington College officially opened. Classes were held in New Hanover High School from 4 to 9 p.m. Reportedly, over 200 students enrolled, and there were 17 faculty members. Due to prevailing segregation laws, Wilmington College was for whites only. Williston College opened for African American students on the same day at Williston Industrial High School with 6 part-time instructors and 26 students. The New Hanover County Board of Education operated both colleges. (See From These Beginnings: Wilmington College, 1946-1969).

 

Admissions application for Wilmington College

List of students registered at Wilmington College, 1946-1947

 

 Star-News article 9-4-1947©Copyright Wilmington Star News, September 4, 1947

 

 

 

 

"We Just Growed Up" plaque "We Just Growed Up" plaque

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The first event of 9/11: Reflecting on a Decade commemorative programming was organized by a UNCW graduate student and held on September 9, 2011. More than 1,500 UNCW students, faculty and staff came together on Hanover lawn to create a representation of the Twin Towers and the Pentagon in remembrance of the 10th anniversary of 9/11. The participants held up the names of the 2,977 victims of the 9/11 attacks. Photographs of this event were taken from a bucket truck and the event garnered recognition in the local press.

Reflecting on a Decade website

Victims of 9/11 Commemorated by 1,500 Seahawks on UNCW Lawn

WECT -- Local news coverage of the 9/11 commemoration

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On August 18, 2003--when the Education Building was still under construction--UNCW leaders shared plans for the NC Teachers Legacy Hall with the media and public. At a news conference, Chancellor Rosemary DePaolo recognized three donors for their generous contributions. The donors were Grace Burton, Cooperative Bank, and Progress Energy.

Legacy Hall, housed in the atrium of the Education Building, honors P-12 education and teaching excellence in the state.

Legacy Hall


News Release, August 18, 2003

UNCW Campus Communique

UNCW Magazine – Fall/Winter 2003

UNCW Magazine – Spring 2005

Connections – The Magazine of the Watson School of Education—Spring 2004

Feb. 24 University Archives Spotlight about Legacy Hall

University Archives Building History Website -- Education Building

History of the Watson College-From Watson College

NC Teachers Legacy Hall Visitors Guide-From Watson College

Legacy Hall DesksLegacy Hall Desks in 2008

 

 

 

Legacy Hall DonorsLegacy Hall Donors in 2008

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“Living & Education: Costs” in the archived Seahawk student newspaper

 

Rent a local apartment

$50-265/month

Ride a city bus within Wilmington

30 cents

Ride a city bus to Wrightsville Beach

55 cents

Pay UNCW tuition in 1973-1974

$245

Pay UNCW student fees in 1973-1974

$123

 
 

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