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Happy Campers
by Jessica Haywood and Lia Kerner
...uctures in nature. Conclude the week with an engineering extravaganza! Young Writers’ Workshop Dates: July 17-21 Grades: Rising 10th through 12th Cost: $425 Location: UNCW campus To register: www.uncw.edu/writers/community-workshop.html The perfect place for t..
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Happy Campers
by Lucy Huber and CJ Williams
... Art Exchange Summer Camp Dates: June 9-July 25 (seven one-week sessions) Times: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ages: 6-12 Cost: $185 weekly, $15 late registration fee after May 29 Location: UNCW To Register: (910) 632-9942 www.nosleevesmagic.com From salsa to storytelling,..
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Happy Campers: 2007 Summer Camp Guide
by Abby Cavenaugh
...tio is very low," Thornhill said. "For 8- to 10-year-olds our instructor ratio is 2-1 and for everyone else it’s 3-1, and that puts parents at ease." During the overnight camps, kids stay at UNCW and get to take field trips to the N.C. Aquarium at Fort Fisher,..
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Marine Biotechnology Dinner: The Most Important Conversation You've Never Had
by Pat Bradford, Richard Leder, Teresa Kramer
indy & Angie’s Fine Paper Transcription Tina Stancil — Official Court Reporter for the 5th Judicial District Stump sound oysters Jim Swartzenberg of J&B Aquafood Black Sea Bass UNCW Center for Marine Science Aquaculture Program
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Step Up Wilmington
by Emily Colin
...to work for them, to get to know them as an independent production company, is invaluable," he says. In addition to providing hands-on educational experiences for students from Cape Fear and UNCW, Step Up Wilmington will offer opportunities for teens to submit their own films on what affec..
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Benny and the Hawks
by Keith T. Barber
...sponsibility of leading one of the best mid-major basketball schools in the nation. True to form, he thrives on the enormous challenge each season brings. Despite its youth and inexperience, UNCW fans can expect to see an entertaining brand of basketball and young men competing at the high..
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Fa La La La La
by Brandy Brinson
...ished by wallpaper that was hand-painted in France. The ladies design elegant floral displays to complement the blues and greens of the intricate hunting scenes depicted. The tree bears more UNCW mementos than Kenans, topped by an impressive copper seahawk,..
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Follow the Leader
by Sandra Chambers
...many students in business schools have this kind of opportunity,” says Dick Verrone, a Wrightsville Beach resident and co-director of CEN, as well as full-time of personal finance instructor at UNCW. “We’re very fortunate to have the caliber of executives — the who’s who of Fortune 500 compan..
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In Full Boom
by Staff
...o and then I’d go surfing," Sandy admits. "I have two older sisters and an older brother, Barry. He was in that hippie era. I kind of thought it was cool. He had the long hair, and protested at UNCW, Wilmington College back then. He wanted to go to Woodstock," Sandy remembers,..
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Writesville Beach
by Sandy Chambers
...” Gerard says. His second, “Cape Fear Rising,” is set in Wilmington, where he has lived since 1989, writing and teaching in the Master of Fine Arts Program of the creative writing department at UNCW. Gerard says he loves living near the water — “it’s not just the beach,..
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