Hailey Turpin

Hailey Turpin

Hailey Turpin is a Junior Communication Studies Major with a Public Relations Track and an English Minor. Hailey has worked for the paper for her entire secondary education career. She enjoys coffee, everything lifestyle related and sleeping. Hailey is also a member if Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity.

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Retroactive: The Pop Culture that Shaped Us

| April 24, 2018 | 0 Comments
Retroactive: The Pop Culture that Shaped Us

Jeffrey Kopp (A&E Editor) Movie: “Tarzan” (1999) – This is a film that hits me in the feels every single time that I watch it. The soundtrack by Phil Collins adds so much emotional depth to the movie; “Two Worlds” and “You’ll Be in My Heart” are the definite standouts. This is by far my […]

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The Subsecreto’s Out

| April 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
The Subsecreto’s Out

Over the weekend of St. Patrick’s day, I spent the day exploring Charlotte, and happened to stumble upon the coffee shop that would soon be my favorite. Subsecreto is located directly across the street from UNC Charlotte Center City campus, an unmissable black-brick building with a signature gold snake dawning the brick above the door. […]

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Easy Ways To Learn A New Language

| April 10, 2018 | 0 Comments
Easy Ways To Learn A New Language

If you’re anything like me, I have always been fascinated with other languages and the people that speak them. I spend several hours at a time watching people speak other languages  (with subtitles), so I am more than willing to learn a language. But how does one have the time or the resources? I’m here […]

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Humans of UNCC Meet: Savannah Valentine

| April 2, 2018 | 0 Comments
Humans of UNCC Meet: Savannah Valentine

“I got accepted into graduate school early, as a junior. I’ll be starting in the fall, and I will do my first year of grad school as I finish my last year of undergrad, so I will have a semester of grad school under my belt as I finish up my undergrad degree. I’m a […]

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Mastering Mindfulness

| March 1, 2018 | 0 Comments
Mastering Mindfulness

Sometimes, it feels like you are moving in slow motion and the world whizzes by at the speed of light. We as college students sometimes get stuck in the things we do and realize that we have been on autopilot for half a day. We forget to live in the moment and have gratitude for […]

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Craft Drafts at Heist Brewery

| February 23, 2018 | 0 Comments
Craft Drafts at Heist Brewery

If you’re looking for a restaurant/brewery with local and southern comfort food, that’s easily accessible and great for a Friday night hangout? Take a trip to NoDa (obviously), but more specifically to Heist Brewery, located at 2909 N. Davidson St. This local brewery is full of what you’d expect (craft beer) and everything you wouldn’t […]

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Throwback Trends

| February 23, 2018 | 0 Comments
Throwback Trends

Fashion trends we see in today’s world have probably dawned by our ancestors. They have lived many lives and each one that resurfaces gets revamped into the modern times. Here are the trends we see from the past come back to life these past few years. Denim everything: We can’t walk a half-mile without seeing some […]

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How to organize on a budget

| February 23, 2018 | 0 Comments
How to organize on a budget

We’ve all been there. As college students, we start off strong in the beginning of the school year, and by the end of February, all hope is lost. We feel overwhelmed with the conventional methods of keeping all our school stuff together and feel that our lives are falling apart. What can make matters worse […]

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Dear Me:

| February 8, 2018
Dear Me:

Dear me, Hey, how ya doing? Let me tell you that these past couple of years have really changed you. Not as much as you would think, but you’re still together with your boyfriend, you may have cut off all of your hair, and yes, you still love One Direction. However things have evolved into […]

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The Art of the Bullet Journal

| January 26, 2018
The Art of the Bullet Journal

What’s so special about this thing called a bullet journal? No, this journal is not super fast or super stupid, but can actually help you in many areas of your life. How you may be asking? Take the time to finish reading this article to help with organization of most areas of your life. The […]

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The Art of the Bullet Journal

| January 19, 2018
The Art of the Bullet Journal

What’s so special about this thing called a bullet journal? No, this journal is not super fast or super stupid, but can actually help you in many areas of your life. How you may be asking? Take the time to finish reading this article to help with organizing most areas of your life. The bullet […]

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Not in 2017 Anymore

| October 26, 2017 | 0 Comments
Not in 2017 Anymore

If you are looking for an experience that will take you back to the years of turkey legs, gypsy fortune tellers and jousting for your loved ones, well then this local festival is the one for you. The Carolina Renaissance Festival, located in Huntersville, is officially open for the fall months. The festival embodies the […]

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Down to the Islands

| October 3, 2017 | 0 Comments
Down to the Islands

Over the summer, I vacationed in the central and well-known tourist traps of the south, Myrtle Beach. Even with the thousands of activities located on the grand strand and not too crowded beaches, my family has been vacationing there for over 30 years. In recent years, we have taken one day trips to other locations […]

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Self Help: Dealing with mental illnesses in college

| October 3, 2017 | 0 Comments
Self Help: Dealing with mental illnesses in college

We all know that college is hard. From the grades, to the social time AND trying to keep your mental and physical health up to par, it can get really difficult to maintain. There are the highs, lows, the highest of the highs and the lowest of the lows. But no matter what we do […]

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