The first spring game in Charlotte 49ers football history was a tremendous success as the Green team defeated the White team by a score of 26-3 in front of an excited crowd of 13,950. The Green team, compiled of mostly projected starters for next year, thoroughly dominated from the opening kick to the final whistle.
March 18 through 22, the University Center for Academic Excellence (UCAE) will be hosting the annual Individual Consultation Week (IC Week). IC Week is an opportunity for students to meet with graduate assistants and discuss course performance.
“During IC week we all clear our schedules and offer drop in and appointment based individual consultations,” said Dawn [...]
The Gaslight Anthem is a band that one can’t help but root for: This group of average-looking tatted dudes from New Jersey have toured and recorded at a breakneck pace, and after years of grueling work it seems that the band is settling into a new level of success.
For their efforts, they’ve still retained much [...]
Etsy has become one of the most successful outlets for creativity. It’s an online marketplace with a primary focus on handmade and vintage items, with shop owners and creators from all ends of the globe.
The possibilities are endless on Etsy. You can choose from a vast variety of clothing, jewelry, room decor, photography and random ‘knick-knacks’ that [...]
He sits beneath a lamppost on N. Tryon Street, his hands clasped together to hold in warmth. He raises his balled hands to his mouth and blows hot air into his palms.
The heat from his breath comes and goes quickly; the exposed skin at the holes in his thin gloves stings as the winter Charlotte [...]
On Tuesday, December 11 Marina and the Diamonds brought her Lonely Hearts Club tour to The Fillmore music venue. Needless to say, she didn’t disappoint.
Opening for Marina were Icona Pop, a Swedish electro-pop DJ duo consisting of two towering girls. The DJ synth-pop sound exuded European, and they also incorporated actual singing into their set. [...]
Late Monday night, UNC Charlotte Police and Public Safety were called to the Cone Parking Deck in response to a driver colliding with another car upon exiting the parking deck.
When arriving at the scene, campus police determined that the driver of the first vehicle suffered a medical emergency which left him unable to control his [...]
Walking through the campus, you would never know it’s there. You wouldn’t think twice about the small fenced-in wooded area just off the winding Phillips Road, past the football field, across from the Energy Production and Infrastructure Center (EPIC) building and overlooking the baseball field.
You wouldn’t think anything of the fallen tree off to the [...]
According to an article I read on “The National Geographic News” website, the Halloween holiday dates back to more than 2,000 years ago on the night before November 1, which was the day that the Europe Celtic people celebrated New Year’s.
The Celtic people believed that the night before this celebration, spirits would roam the earth [...]
Everyone knows that the transition from high school to college can be extremely difficult. These difficulties can come from leaving comfortable surroundings, to getting used to developing different study skills.
Most people have a relatively easy time in high school, and sometimes when they arrive at college, they must re-think their study habits.
I interviewed several students [...]