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BOOK REVIEW: The Other Boleyn Girl By Philippa Gregory

| July 7, 2018 | 0 Comments
BOOK REVIEW: The Other Boleyn Girl By Philippa Gregory

Poor Mary Boleyn. That’s all I could think as I read The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa Gregory. Being a major history nerd and an even bigger Henry VIII nerd, my mom recommended this book to me to feed into both obsessions. She is a staunch Philippa Gregory fan and raves about her historical fiction […]

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BOOK REVIEW: Fangirl By Rainbow Rowell

| July 5, 2018 | 0 Comments
BOOK REVIEW: Fangirl By Rainbow Rowell

I love Young Adult novels. There, I said it. I’m 20 years old and I feel giddy when I read about simplistic relationship standards. Maybe it’s the mixture of realistic and unrealistic that keeps me enchanted, or the simple language that lets me get lost in 114 pages in one hour, but Fangirl by Rainbow […]

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Book Review: White Oleander By Janet Fitch

| June 20, 2018 | 0 Comments
Book Review: White Oleander By Janet Fitch

For months, my mom had been telling me to read White Oleander by Janet Fitch, and for months, I had been putting it off. My list of to-read books is too long for my preference, but it’s also inconvenient that I’m a college student who has virtually no time to read (hence, why my New […]

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Five Reasons Why You Should Register For Classes Outside of Your Major

| April 24, 2018 | 0 Comments
Five Reasons Why You Should Register For Classes Outside of Your Major

Every student’s ultimate goal in college is to graduate with a specific degree that will get them the job they desire. Once general education classes are complete, it’s all about registering for classes that count towards your major. Though the goal is to be proficient in a particular field of study, many universities encourage students […]

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Professionalism: The Interview

| April 24, 2018 | 0 Comments
Professionalism: The Interview

It’s job-cuffing season! As the spring semester comes to a close and final exams are in view, all we need is another thing to be worried about—getting a summer job. Whether you’re approaching graduation and in search of your dream job, applying for summer internships or even just a summer job to bring in some […]

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Ceviche for Spring

| April 20, 2018 | 0 Comments
Ceviche for Spring

  It feels like it is spring already, so why not start it off with something delicious like ceviche. Ceviche is a very popular seafood appetizer in Latin America. There are different types of ceviche and the one we have today is ceviche de camarónes (shrimp). The main ingredients you’ll find in any ceviche are, […]

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Humans of UNCC: Meet Lauren Pope

| April 20, 2018 | 0 Comments
Humans of UNCC: Meet Lauren Pope

“I chose to pursue a career in elementary education due to the influences I had growing up from my teachers. I had an awesome first grade teacher. Being a teacher is really rewarding and you get to have a true impact on your students. I plan to incorporate fun things into my classroom so that […]

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It’s Just Simply Complicated

| April 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
It’s Just Simply Complicated

Relationships can be complicated because every person is different, and every relationship is different. There is no exact formula for a successful relationship and there is no such thing as a perfect one either. Although there are perfect relationships in a sense. See where it’s complicated? But I will explain it all. As college students […]

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Humans of UNCC Meet: Chase Smith

| April 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
Humans of UNCC Meet: Chase Smith

“My biggest goal for the spring semester is to have an internship picked out and in line for my senior year. I’m an exercise science major, and it is required for us to have an internship in the spring semester of our senior year, so I have a year to find my internship.”    

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Humans of UNCC: Meet Renee Goggin

| April 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
Humans of UNCC: Meet Renee Goggin

“On Friday, March 23, three group members and I executed a community service project for The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Charlotte. At this ‘Easter Eggstravaganza’ we had different activities like egg tosses, egg decorating and food for the children to eat. We served about 60-80 children through the help of multiple food and […]

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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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Spring Cleaning Basics

| April 19, 2018 | 0 Comments
Spring Cleaning Basics

Spring is approaching. Charlotte’s weather may still have a few curve balls to throw at us, but warm and sunny spring days are just around the corner. A bright 70-something day on campus is hard to beat. Nevertheless, it is important to remember the other official trademark of spring: Spring cleaning! If you are looking […]

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Humans of UNC Charlotte: Meet Madison Herman

| April 17, 2018 | 0 Comments
Humans of UNC Charlotte: Meet Madison Herman

  “At the beginning of this spring semester, I transferred to UNCC from CPCC. I didn’t realize how different the two would be but it was definitely a wakeup call. I went from being in classes of 25 students to classes with 100 students or more. At CPCC I had a lot more online classes […]

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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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