Karen Thompson wants Seahawks to love where they live. As the communication specialist for the Office of Housing and Residence Life, she enjoys her role in building a strong sense of community for students at UNCW.

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Associate professor of communication studies Jeanne Persuit presides over the "Women in Media" panel discussion on March 20. The event was part of COM Studies Week, March 19-23.

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