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2:47 pm
Wed March 25, 2015

CoastLine: Nnenna Freelon, The Clothesline Muse, and Williston's 100th Year

Nnenna Freelon as Grandma Blu in The Clothesline Muse - playing UNCW's Kenan Auditorium March 28th.

The clothesline:  it’s an old-fashioned, even quaint, installation that’s fading from modern culture, but the metaphor it offers is the centerpiece of a new show called The Clothesline Muse playing Kenan Auditorium this Saturday. 

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Local
6:22 pm
Wed March 18, 2015

CoastLine: Third Wave Feminism Still Struggles with Wage Gap, Glass Ceiling

Women Suffragists Picketing in front of the White House in 1917.
Library of Congress

March is Womens’ History Month.  

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Midday Interviews - 2/16/15
11:29 am
Mon February 16, 2015

Midday Interview: Christopher Marino and Luke Robbins on "Hamlet"

Christopher Marino and Luke Robbins
Gina Gambony

Christopher Marino has been in town for barely over a year, but he's already made an impact on the local theater community. He staged popular readings of Shakespeare's work almost immediately upon his arrival in Wilmington and was recently named the Artistic Director of Dram Tree Shakespeare Company. Mr. Marino teaches for the UNCW Theatre Department and is the director of the upcoming production of Hamlet - using a slightly different script than audiences would usually see staged. Marino visited us accompanied by Luke Robbins, the actor playing the title role. 

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Local
9:59 am
Thu February 5, 2015

UNCW's Interim Chancellor Works to Connect State & Higher Education Leadership

UNCW's Interim Chancellor, William Sederburg
University of North Carolina-Wilmington

In the last year, there have been a slew of departures from the two higher education institutions in the Cape Fear Region. UNCW’s Interim Chancellor, Dr. William Sederburg, spoke with WHQR.  

The American Association of State Colleges and Universities represents 430 colleges and universities, including UNCW. Within that advocacy group, Dr. William Sederburg chairs a national task force that aims to make higher education a state policy priority. He says North Carolina is a perfect example of why such a goal is necessary:

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Local
5:30 pm
Wed February 4, 2015

Transition in UNC System Reflects National Trend, says UNCW Int. Chancellor

We’ve reported recently on what has seemed to be unprecedented turnover at UNCW. 

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February 7, 2015
1:44 pm
Thu January 29, 2015

Docutime Film Festival 2015 at UNCW

Saturday, February 7th marks Wilmington’s 13th annual DocuTime one-day documentary film festival. DocuTime has established a solid reputation for bringing acclaimed documentaries to the big screen in Wilmington and allowing a dedicated community of documentary-lovers to a have a full day of award-winning, enlightening enjoyment.

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Wednesday, February 4 at Noon
11:15 am
Thu January 29, 2015

Next CoastLine: Higher Education in Cape Fear

On the next Coastline we'll explore what's happening with Wilmington's institutions of higher education.

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Local
4:05 pm
Fri January 23, 2015

Higher Education in Wilmington Sees Rash of Exits in Less than One Year

Top (l-r): Larry Clark (UNCW Cameron School of Business), Rebecca Porterfield (UNCW Cameron School), Charles Maimone (UNCW CFO), Gary Miller (UNCW Chanc.); bottom (l-r): Norman Bemelmans (UNCW), Tom Ross (UNC), Denise Battles (UNCW), Ted Spring (CFCC)

In less than 12 months, a spate of high-profile leaders have left the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. 

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Midday Interviews - 10/31/14
11:50 am
Mon November 3, 2014

Midday Interview: Sandy Apple and Mimi Cunningham on "A Lunch with Carolina Authors"

Sandy Apple and Mimi Cunningham invite us to Lunch with Carolina Authors on November 8 at UNCW's Warwick Center. This is a program created by the AAUW - American Association of University Women -  as a way to raise funds for scholarships for women planning to attend UNCW. This year's featured authors are Elaine Orr, Anne Clinard Barnhill, and May-lee Chai. For details please call 910. 313. 1573.  

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Local
3:18 pm
Mon August 25, 2014

UNCW Professor Pioneers Face Aging Technology

There are multiple uses for face aging technology, including life-planning, missing persons progressed-age photos, and the cosmetic and plastic surgery industries.
I²SIS – Face Aging Group

Your face may be revealing more than you think.  A UNCW computer science professor is developing new technology to predict how long a person may live based on a current photo. 

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