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Intern Spotlight: Charley Fite at NASA

| September 4, 2017 | 0 Comments
Intern Spotlight: Charley Fite at NASA

When peers ask Charley Fite how his summer was, he will have a unique response. The senior meteorology major spent eight weeks in California, learning from the best in the science. He was one of 32 accepted undergraduates, and the only student from a North Carolina university, that was a part of the NASA Student Airborne […]

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Q&A with the Student Government Association presidential candidates

| March 15, 2012 | 2 Comments
Q&A with the Student Government Association presidential candidates

   

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Are your teeth important to you?

| February 21, 2012 | 0 Comments
Are your teeth important to you?

Sparkling clean teeth and a new toothbrush are no longer the only advantages to getting your dental check-up. Dentists can tell many things from just a simple check-up, including symptoms of many diseases such as diabetes and oral cancer. Dentists can also detect how well you take care of your teeth and if you have […]

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Abroad in America: a Norweigan Niner profile

| January 24, 2012 | 0 Comments
Abroad in America: a Norweigan Niner profile

22-year old Marlene Bruhaug is one of the new additions to the Interantional student family at UNC Charlotte. Bruhaug is from Narvik, Norway and is here for the spring semester. When she returns to Norway next year for her final year of school she plans to work in the shipping industry. According to Bruhaug, the […]

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Under the Radar: Mystery UNC Charlotte student

| January 23, 2012 | 2 Comments
Under the Radar: Mystery UNC Charlotte student

Being a 49er means something different to each individual on campus. For some, it means wearing green and white everyday. For others, it means watching basketball games on pins and needles. The academics, the culture, the atmosphere and the people are facets of life at UNC Charlotte that define being a 49er for each student. […]

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Recent research puts hookah myths to bed

| November 3, 2011 | 8 Comments
Recent research puts hookah myths to bed

You’ve seen it at parties. You’ve seen it around campus dorms – a small group of students huddled in a circle sucking on a hose attached to a smoke chamber, a bowl and a pipe. While this device is essentially just a water-bong, it has quickly grown in popularity under the name “hookah.” This growing popularity […]

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