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School news: Top students, Masonboro explorer program, Title I speaker, new administrative appointments

School news: Top students, Masonboro explorer program, Title I speaker, new administrative appointments

New Hanover High School senior Patrick Peoples is one of the top black high school seniors in the nation. That’s according to the National Achievement Scholarship Program, which recently named…

School news: ‘Buddy Bench,’ science fair winners, art club finalists

School news: ‘Buddy Bench,’ science fair winners, art club finalists

Murrayville Elementary School now has a very special seat for students. The “Buddy Bench,” officially unveiled Friday, is a place for students to go when they feel alone or in…

School news: Battle of the Books, student scholarships, math and science competitions

School news: Battle of the Books, student scholarships, math and science competitions

Roland-Grise Middle School’s Battle of the Books team remains undefeated. The team beat out New Hanover County’s seven other middle schools to take home the top trophy for the second…

Free exhibits, hands-on activities part of CFCC’s upcoming open house

Free exhibits, hands-on activities part of CFCC’s upcoming open house

April is National Community College Month, and Cape Fear Community College is inviting the public to help celebrate the event in a big way. CFCC hosts an open house celebration…

Students sound off on school issues

Students sound off on school issues

In making decisions about the district, New Hanover County education officials often consult with administrators, lawmakers, teachers and parents. Today, it was the students’ turn to talk. Nineteen students representing…

UNCW exceeds 24-hour fundraising goal

UNCW exceeds 24-hour fundraising goal

UNC-Wilmington met its mark on yesterday’s one-day fundraising drive, and then some. The university announced today that, on initial counts, it had received $118,000 in its first-ever 24-hour pledge drive,…

UNCW kicks off first one-day donation drive for campus departments, scholarships

UNCW kicks off first one-day donation drive for campus departments, scholarships

UNC-Wilmington is embarking on an ambitious campaign to raise $24,000 in 24 hours. If successful, the drive will pay off big for students in the form of an anonymous matching…

CFCC to offer writing workshop for veterans

CFCC to offer writing workshop for veterans

Transitioning from military to civilian life can present both opportunities and challenges for veterans. To help ease that transition, Cape Fear Community College created StoryForce, a writing group that encourages…

UNCW to offer part-time master’s in social work

UNCW to offer part-time master’s in social work

Social work is a demanding career. It’s also in high demand. To meet the state’s growing need for highly trained and educated people in the field, UNC-Wilmington is offering a…

School news: Local Poetry Out Loud winner to compete at state level, graduation schedules announced

School news: Local Poetry Out Loud winner to compete at state level, graduation schedules announced

Ashley High School senior Lizzie Rhoades is in Greensboro this weekend to sound off against 32 other students across North Carolina in the state level of the national Poetry Out…

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