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A walk through Marshall park

| March 28, 2017 | 0 Comments
A walk through Marshall park

Last February, before I moved to Charlotte, I took a trip here to check out the area. I was so curious to know what my future home looked like. A group of friends I was with really wanted to go to the mall, but I wanted to go somewhere that was a little less crowded. […]

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Five Reasons Why You Should Attend a Music Festival

| March 28, 2017 | 0 Comments
Five Reasons Why You Should Attend a Music Festival

If you are a music lover like I am and you have not been to a music festival yet… you are seriously missing out. It may seem like a scary or exhausting use of time but it will be something you will remember forever. If you are a fan of concerts, just imagine all your […]

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It’s not Springtime in Colorado Springs

| February 12, 2017 | 0 Comments
It’s not Springtime in Colorado Springs

The holidays are known for being the time to spend with loved ones and those you hold dearest, but it’s also prime travel time, so I took advantage of just that. In early August 2016, I decided to give myself an early Christmas present of round-trip airline tickets to visit friends in Colorado Springs, Colorado. My first ever […]

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International Niners: Part Three

| November 21, 2016 | 0 Comments
International Niners: Part Three

this online-exclusive series is focused on the study abroad process to provide clarity and further information for UNC Charlotte students who are seeking to partake in an international education experience during their college years. The goal of this series is to encourage students to come out of their comfort zones and immerse themselves in global […]

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Humans of UNC Charlotte: Meet the International Niners

| November 16, 2016 | 0 Comments
Humans of UNC Charlotte: Meet the International Niners

  “One of my favorite parts about studying abroad was the international exposure. My semester in Germany was the first time I had ever been to Europe and it was absolutely incredible. Since I didn’t know anybody that was planning on studying at the same university for exchange, I really learned how to immerse myself […]

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International Niners Part 2

| November 11, 2016 | 0 Comments
International Niners Part 2

This online-exclusive series is focused on the study abroad process to provide clarity and further information for UNC Charlotte students who are seeking to partake in an international education experience during their college years. The goal of this series is to encourage students to come out of their comfort zones and immerse themselves in global […]

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International Niners: Part One

| November 4, 2016 | 0 Comments
International Niners: Part One

This online-exclusive series is focused on the study abroad process to provide clarity and further information for UNC Charlotte students who are seeking to partake in an international education experience during their college years. The goal of this series is to encourage students to come out of their comfort zones and immerse themselves in global […]

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What no one told you about Goldie Gate & The Bay Area

| November 4, 2016 | 0 Comments
What no one told you about Goldie Gate & The Bay Area

You will never want to leave. I repeat you will never ever want to leave.  I can swear by this because it’s true, San Francisco is a beautiful magical place. If I weren’t handcuffed to UNC Charlotte until I graduate, my fall break adventure would have become my fall break forever. Okay so that was […]

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NC State Fair Must Do’s

| October 19, 2016 | 0 Comments
NC State Fair Must Do’s

Since its birth in 1986, the North Carolina State Fair has welcomed hundreds of thousands of visitors from across the state. For a small admission fee, one can get on rides, eat exotic foods, listen to live music and even see some animals. The fair is a unique experience that brings people together from all […]

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Travels to the coast: Charleston, SC Itinerary

| October 6, 2016 | 0 Comments
Travels to the coast: Charleston, SC Itinerary

Fall break is approaching soon! That means no classes on Monday, October 10th and Tuesday, October 11th. Rather than staying indoors to catch up on Netflix, take this opportunity to explore Charleston, South Carolina – a nearby, yet beautiful city that has so much to offer. Stop looking up hotels and rent an Airbnb (airbnb.com). […]

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Travel Around the World: Scotland

| September 28, 2016 | 0 Comments
Travel Around the World: Scotland

About three years ago in 2013 I took a trip to Scotland with my high school. My high school does an exchange program with another high school in Scotland every year, and I got the chance to go. Thirteen Americans and thirteen Scots host each other and from the very beginning, the trip was amazing. […]

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Places to visit over the summer in the U.S.

| May 3, 2016 | 0 Comments
Places to visit over the summer in the U.S.

  Summer is right around the corner everybody and it’s time to start planning trips to make your summer an eventful and memorable one! So here’s your guide to visiting places in the U.S. for people who can’t shell out 700+ dollars for a flight to Europe. Graceland, TN: Who doesn’t love Elvis? This is […]

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Travel: Spring break abroad

| April 20, 2016 | 0 Comments
Travel: Spring break abroad

After months of sacrificing my Friday afternoons spending two hours on campus talking about Shakespeare, the day finally came that all of the reading and papers led up to. I nervously packed my suitcase with a week’s worth of clothing, assembled a carryon bag and gathered my passport and boarding pass. My mom drove me […]

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Top ten moments of 2015

| December 31, 2015 | 0 Comments
Top ten moments of 2015

Moment #1 The ridiculous “what color is the dress?” question. Is it blue and black or white and gold? Honestly, it was blue and black for me for the longest time and then I had half a second when I saw white and gold. Will knowing the answer to this question help me get my […]

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New Year’s traditions around the globe

| December 28, 2015 | 0 Comments
New Year’s traditions around the globe

Each and every year, at the end of the year, Americans gather together in celebration for the New Year. Even though we each have our own corky traditions, it’s about the same from house to house in the United States. Champagne, confetti and party hats are sold off the shelves in just about every store. […]

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Tail of the Dragon

| November 17, 2015 | 0 Comments
Tail of the Dragon

If you’re a car enthusiast on a quest to find a place with a road that is abundant in thrilling twists and curves, look no further than Deals Gap, North Carolina. Paved along the border of North Carolina and Tennessee, there is a mountain pass aptly dubbed, “Tail of the Dragon” which stretches 11 miles […]

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Fall travel destination: Stone Mountain, Ga.

| October 6, 2015 | 0 Comments
Fall travel destination: Stone Mountain, Ga.

Breathe in—breathe out. Do you smell that? That particular smell, that pumpkin spice, apple pie, “I can’t wait for Thanksgiving” smell. Fall is finally upon us ladies and gents! This is by far my favorite season and, for anyone who knows me, this comes as the ultimate shock since I did most of my growing […]

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The college guide to traveling

| September 29, 2015 | 0 Comments
The college guide to traveling

With the hustle and bustle of college life, finding time to explore new places can be challenging. From classes to social life and everything in between, college can be tedious. When it’s time to take a break or just get away, we have the perfect college bucket-list of places you should visit— both local and […]

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Travel Tuesday: remarkable

| November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments
Travel Tuesday: remarkable

As a 21-year-old college student my mind is always set on the on-set of a very imminent quarter-life crisis. The quote “What is the point of being alive if you don’t at least try to do something remarkable” said by John Green, runs through my mind daily and a fear rises inside my soul that […]

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Travel Tuesday: toil and trouble

| November 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
Travel Tuesday: toil and trouble

Some of us know the history of the night that most people see as the night dominated by fake blood, pumpkins and candy. But with scarecrows, Jack ‘o’ Lanterns and cobwebs everywhere, one of my personal dreams were coming true. I was about to celebrate my very first Halloween ever! Excited couldn’t cover it. In […]

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