The stage lights dim. Two figures approach the stage. The hooded figures are adorned in completely black attire, wearing ominous reflective metal masks.
As the masked men find their places, a woman then approaches the stage and takes the reigns.
Wearing similarly dark attire and shirt that reads ‘playdead’ under a image of a playboy bunny, she grabs [...]
The Charlotte 49ers (33-19) defeated the High Point Panthers (26-27) 3-2 in the final home game of the regular season at Robert and Mariam Hayes Stadium. In what turned out to be a battle of the bullpens, the 49ers won their ninth-straight game in 11 innings with the help of eight Charlotte pitchers.
49ers pitcher Corey [...]
Black Brew Tonic moved quickly on the black market in 1905, as bootlegger George L. Smith found out. Running the “blind tiger” liquor business was so worth the risk that he continued selling despite getting run out of towns across North Carolina – 64 times! With a head start on the underground industry, the store [...]
In the fall of last year, Hannah Levinson wanted to do a non-traditional thesis project for her major. Levinson is pursuing a Master of Arts in Methods of Applied Philosophy. Deciding to ditch the paper route, Levinson decided to find a new medium for her thesis.
As she began to speak with professors and advisers, she came across [...]
It’s 11 p.m. on a Wednesday night and in the Kulwicki Laboratory on the Charlotte Research Institute side of campus, the group of students working on the Formula SAE car are still hard at work.
A group of them cluster around the shell of the car, safety glasses nestled on the bridges of their nose, watching [...]
Somewhere in the archives tucked away in a file cabinet in the middle of the Niner Times newsroom, there can be found my first-ever story written for the Niner Times.
I was asked at the last minute, on my second day working for the newspaper, to cover the first football signing day in the history of [...]
With the second semester coming to a close and summer right around the corner, students are looking forward to the warmer weather and a much-needed study break, but also something else: summer blockbusters.
Those big-name movies that people have been waiting for. We asked students on campus which movie they look forward to seeing the most [...]
With final exams approaching and move-out day not far behind, students are beginning to plan moving everything out of their dorm rooms. For those depending on friends and family to carry mini-fridges and boxes, Campus Bellhops is here to help.
Stephen Vlahos and Cameron Doody founded Campus Bellhops in 2011 at Auburn University, their alma mater. [...]
When the lights turned off in Rowe Recital Hall on Monday, the room stood still and all that could be seen was the pain etched onto the veterans’ faces.
Former marine and UNC Charlotte illustration major Robert Bates, 29, along with three other artists, represented the Joe Bonham Project; a series of artwork displaying wounded warriors [...]