Tag: Queen City

A Trip to The Museum

| February 9, 2018
A Trip to The Museum

I recently discovered a new obsession of mine, which was to find things to do outside of my house that I have never done before. So, as I typed “things to do in Charlotte” on the internet, I realized there are so many things to do in Charlotte that I have never done. Once I […]

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10 New Ideas for your Spring Semester

| January 26, 2018
10 New Ideas for your Spring Semester

Fall semester always goes by quick, but unfortunately spring semester takes forever to end, or so it seems and that’s mostly because we don’t get as many breaks. It’s hard to get through the spring semester without wanting to pull your hair out, so here are 10 ideas that will surely get you to May […]

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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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Emotional Senior Night ends in triumph

| October 31, 2015 | 0 Comments
Emotional Senior Night ends in triumph

The Charlotte 49ers women’s soccer team capped off their season Friday night in style honoring their six graduating seniors and scoring three remarkable goals on the way to a comfortable win over FIU. Three different players contributed to the scoring for the 49ers including senior Victoria Fubara. Entering the match, Fubara had never scored for […]

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McCallister delivers late, 49ers defeat UTEP

| October 24, 2015 | 0 Comments
McCallister delivers late, 49ers defeat UTEP

Behind game-changing second half performances from Rebecca Beatty and Megan McCallister, the 49ers fought back from a one goal deficit Friday night to beat UTEP in conference play. “Absolutely superb performance from the girls,” Charlotte head coach John Cullen said. “It was an excruciating long day to get here. Two flights, flight delays and going […]

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PREVIEW: Chvrches invades The Fillmore Charlotte

| October 23, 2015 | 0 Comments
PREVIEW: Chvrches invades The Fillmore Charlotte

Chvrches hit the road in the United States this fall, touring on behalf of their most recent album release “Every Open Eye,” and will invade the Queen City Oct. 28. The Scottish trio are expected to display an unimaginable light show and unforgettable performance in front of a sold out crowd at The Fillmore Charlotte […]

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Say’hu: My own way

| October 20, 2015 | 5 Comments
Say’hu: My own way

Say’hu, a slender West-African, sits on a black leather couch. His charcoal-colored fedora rests on top of an untrimmed afro; hands in the pockets of his khaki colored pants. Say’hu sits inside his concealed downtown Charlotte studio, a hideaway from the outside world. His inspiration, Bob Marley, is pictured on his t-shirt, while at the same time he […]

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REVIEW: On top of the world with Walk the Moon

| October 20, 2015 | 0 Comments
REVIEW: On top of the world with Walk the Moon

The mysterious smoke that hovered above the stage begins to dissipate. The crowd’s “Walk the Moon” chants are heard outside on Music Factory Boulevard. The stage lights slowly grow brighter, as if the sun is rising over the horizon, illuminating the thousands of faces in the sold out crowd. “The Circle of Life” echoes throughout […]

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Loren Reilley: Captain, Leader, 49er

| October 20, 2015 | 0 Comments
Loren Reilley: Captain, Leader, 49er

The alarm clock sounds, Loren Reilley wakes from a deep sleep, unable to ignore the buzzing. The numbers read 8 a.m. The day isn’t like any other. It’s Sunday, Sept. 13, her 21st birthday, game-day for her Charlotte 49ers women’s soccer team. Reilley sits down at the breakfast table for the breakfast of champions. Her […]

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What we learned: Panthers at Seahawks

| October 19, 2015 | 0 Comments
What we learned: Panthers at Seahawks

The Carolina Panthers had perhaps their biggest win in the Ron Rivera coaching era this weekend, defeating the Seattle Seahawks 27-23 in a dramatic come from behind victory. The win moved the Panthers to 5-0 and thanks to an Atlanta loss, put them in sole possession of first place in the NFC South. Here are […]

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Can Cam Newton lead the Panthers to the Super Bowl?

| October 18, 2015 | 0 Comments
Can Cam Newton lead the Panthers to the Super Bowl?

Can Cam Newton Lead the Panthers to the Super Bowl? The term ‘elite’ gets thrown around quite a bit when talking about quarterbacks in the NFL. The problem with it and why it constantly brings up so much debate is that the word is such a subjective topic. Is Joe Flacco elite because of his postseason statistics […]

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‘Dig Pink’ night hits record attendance

| October 18, 2015 | 0 Comments
‘Dig Pink’ night hits record attendance

The Charlotte 49ers volleyball team welcomed the Hilltoppers from Western Kentucky to Halton Arena Friday night for the annual ‘Dig Pink’ match, which helps raise Breast Cancer Awareness. The Hilltoppers were able to come in and get a 3-0 (25-19, 26-24, 25-21) sweep against the 49ers on the big night. Charlotte (5-14) started strong scoring […]

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Joey Logano dominates Bank of America 500, captures checkered flag at Charlotte

| October 12, 2015 | 0 Comments
Joey Logano dominates Bank of America 500, captures checkered flag at Charlotte

Joey Logano nearly drove to the finish line untouched Sunday afternoon in the rain-delayed Bank of America 500 while other playoff contenders suffered a myriad issues. Originally scheduled for Saturday night, the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway was postponed and rescheduled for Sunday afternoon after rain tormented the speedway and surrounding areas. […]

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REVIEW: Of Monsters and Men, Icelandic indie-folk band ignited Uptown Amphitheatre

| October 9, 2015 | 1 Comment
REVIEW: Of Monsters and Men, Icelandic indie-folk band ignited Uptown Amphitheatre

As the sun went down behind the Charlotte skyline, the Icelandic gothic folk-rockers, Of Monsters and Men, stepped out onto the dimly lit stage, donning their all black attire in front of thousands at the Uptown Amphitheatre. The Icelandic ensemble broke into the musical spotlight in 2012 with the chart topping track, “Little Talks”. After […]

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