Tag: love

PREVIEW: Charlotte’s road to another C-USA title

| November 9, 2015 | 0 Comments
PREVIEW: Charlotte’s road to another C-USA title

Another Charlotte 49ers men’s soccer regular season is in the books and for the 31st time in school history, the 49ers will play in the conference postseason tournament. However, this year’s competition has slightly more meaning to it as Transamerica Field’s lustrous lights will illuminate the faultlessly trimmed green pitch. Your official 2015 #CUSAMSOC Champ […]

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REVIEW: Smallpools blows the doors off Cat’s Cradle

| October 14, 2015 | 0 Comments
REVIEW: Smallpools blows the doors off Cat’s Cradle

Sean Scanlon, lead singer of Smallpools, emerged from the darkness and white fog, perched atop an empty drum case overlooking and directing the crowd that filled Cat’s Cradle on a breezy Monday night. The audience’s cheers echoed from wall-to-wall inside the small live music venue, local beer spilled from the plastic pint beer cups in […]

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Reading Day 2015

| April 29, 2015 | 0 Comments
Reading Day 2015

As the spring semester come to an end we thought it would fun to see what students are up to during reading day. As it is tradition, a reading day is set aside by the college to study for final exams. Congratulations to everyone that made it though the semester and good luck on exams […]

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UNC Charlotte students display what peace means to them

| November 18, 2013 | 0 Comments
UNC Charlotte students display what peace means to them

All photos by Laura Manzare. From messages as simple as “Amour” to as blunt as “Love an Asian,” the colorful rocks that make up the UNCC Peace, Love, and Rocks display all come with the same good intentions: express what love and peace mean to you. The mission of the organizers states, “Something as simple […]

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Learning to live with long distance lovin’

| October 15, 2013 | 1 Comment
Learning to live with long distance lovin’

If someone asked me in the senior year of my high school career what I believed college was for, I am fairly certain of the answer I would have given. Apart from the politically correct response of education, the betterment of the mind and whatever else any parent might like to hear, I would have […]

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Distance makes the heart grow fonder

| March 12, 2013 | 0 Comments
Distance makes the heart grow fonder

by Aimee Wood High school romances almost always seem to wind down as the summer of senior year nears. Most of these couples know that college lurks around the corner, and for many this means traveling far apart from each other. Summer will fly by and then those sweet high school days will drift away, […]

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Last minute gifts for Valentine’s Day

| February 14, 2013 | 0 Comments
Last minute gifts for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s day can be one of the toughest holiday’s to figure out what to ge someone. It’s not like Christmas or a birthday when you can simply ask, ‘What would you like?” This is the holiday where you have to do everything in your power to come up with the most creative, original and unforgettable […]

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DIY Conversation Heart Sugar Cookies

| February 14, 2013 | 0 Comments
DIY Conversation Heart Sugar Cookies

Whether or not you have a valentine, valentines, or didn’t even remember that today is Valentine’s Day, there’s always a way to show your enthusiasm (or lack thereof) for the holiday. This is a relatively easy way to make your valentines personal and a fun way to spend a night in the kitchen. Here’s what […]

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Taking care of business with The Business People

| September 24, 2012 | 0 Comments
Taking care of business with The Business People

During their senior year at North Mecklenburg High School, Nicholas Robinson and Will Schoonmaker came together to start jamming and writing some new tunes.  To form the band The Business People just a few weeks later they added their friend Anthony Pugliese and one other band mate who decided not to remain a part of […]

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Fast Fashion Fixes

| September 24, 2012 | 0 Comments
Fast Fashion Fixes

Did you stay out too late last night and oversleep? Did you press the snooze button one too many times? With all of the responsibilities a college student attempts to juggle on a daily basis, worrying about what to wear when time is not on your side is usually not at the top of the […]

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For boys and girls who like Boys Like Girls

| September 20, 2012 | 0 Comments
For boys and girls who like Boys Like Girls

Since hiatus rumors began and were confirmed in 2011, Boys Like Girls members have not exactly been taking a much needed rest after releasing their sophomore album. Whether off writing songs in the South or starting completely new projects, the guys were busy with many ventures that helped evolve what would be the new sound […]

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D’Angelo closes Comeback Tour at Verizon

| September 20, 2012 | 1 Comment
D’Angelo closes Comeback Tour at Verizon

Don’t call it a comeback. D’Angelo may not have spent much time in the public eye during the 12 years since the release of his cult classic “Voodoo,” but according to those closest to the enigmatic r&b singer (including Roots drummer Questlove), the man has spent his (agonizingly long) downtime recording a new album, tentatively titled […]

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Super Sweet Spots- Bakery/Restaurant Profiles

| September 19, 2012 | 1 Comment
Super Sweet Spots- Bakery/Restaurant Profiles

*Photos by Matthew Jackson   Every now and then we all get that constant sweet craving.  Now some people, like myself, have a sweet tooth and feel the need to sweet shop constantly. But no matter what, we all have those moments where we desire a delicious tiramisu or something as simple as a piece […]

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Slideshow: The Weenie Roast returns

| September 18, 2012 | 0 Comments
Slideshow: The Weenie Roast returns

When 1065 The End decided to bring The Weenie Roast back this year, they brought it back in a way that made Charlotteans remember why they missed it so much in the first place. With two stages and an autograph tent at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater last Sunday Sept. 16, the music festival brought some […]

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