The first Albert Schweitzer International Prizes Awards Ceremony took place at the University of North Carolina Wilmington on October 23, 1975. The Prizes were founded to honor the memory of Albert Schweitzer, philosopher, physician, clergyman, and Nobel prize-winner. Awardees Mother Teresa of Calcutta in the humanities; Gian Carlo Menotti, music; and Dr. Theodor Binder, medicine; were in attendance, along with UNCW Chancellor William H. Wagoner.
Footage of the Spring 1996 commencement ceremony at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. The ceremony includes a speech by Charlie Daniels, who received an honorary Doctor of Letters and remarks by UNCW Chancellor James R. Leutze.
The WWAY Television News Archive is a unique audiovisual chronicle of a period of tremendous growth and change for Southeast North Carolina. As one of only two stations in the region for much of its history, WWAY informed viewers from Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, New Hanover, Onslow, Pender, Robeson, and Sampson Counties – as well as those of Horry County, South Carolina – of the events of the day.