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Police Blotter: Reports filed in September

| September 20, 2017 | 0 Comments
Police Blotter: Reports filed in September

This police blotter is updated every Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday throughout the month of September. Accident Sept. 2 South Deck – Officer took a report of a hit and run. Vehicle was struck white it was parked and unoccupied. Mary Alexander Road – Officer took a report of a hit and run. Vehicle was struck white it […]

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How a room can change a university

| September 20, 2017 | 0 Comments
How a room can change a university

Last year, Cieaf Abualdahab would visit Atkins Library multiple times a day. Not to study or do homework, but for a different reason. He’d knock on the door of an occupied study room and ask “Do you mind if I pray here?” As a muslim, Abualdahab prays five times a day and often, he’s on […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ is a gracefully lesser sequel

| September 19, 2017 | 0 Comments
MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ is a gracefully lesser sequel

Back in very early 2015, I somehow snagged passes to an early screening of Matthew Vaughn’s “Kingsman: The Secret Service,” a film I arguably didn’t know too much about going into, but ended up having an insane amount of fun with, awarding it a perfect 5/5 and having it land the number 8 spot on […]

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The making of a leader

| September 19, 2017 | 0 Comments
The making of a leader

After coming off a six goal season where he helped the 49ers claim a Conference USA title, 5’6 mid-fielder Daniel Bruce is ready to take his new leadership role in stride. Sporting the renowned number #10 on his jersey this season, Bruce knows what is expected of him. “With Luke and Brandt, both two massive […]

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TV REVIEW: ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ – ‘La Serpiente’

| September 18, 2017 | 0 Comments
TV REVIEW: ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ – ‘La Serpiente’

Spoiler Warning for Season 3, Episode 11 of “Fear the Walking Dead,” as well as all previous episodes of the series. Damn…I am impressed. I say that, because in my review of the midseason premiere, I stated the series was beginning to feel a bit rushed and the breakneck pacing was making things somewhat hard […]

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Mesmerizing Compassion with Paramore’s Tour Two

| September 18, 2017 | 0 Comments
Mesmerizing Compassion with Paramore’s Tour Two

Photos by Pooja Pasupula . I’ve always made a distinction between artists: there are singers, and there are performers. Like the whole “not every rectangle is a square” line, not every performer is a singer. Going into the Ovens Auditorium, I expected Paramore to be performers: give you a good show, a lot of jumping and […]

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Save a life with Kognito At-Risk

| September 17, 2017 | 0 Comments
Save a life with Kognito At-Risk

According to the national data on campus suicide, one in 12 U.S. college students make a suicide plan and over 1,000 suicides occur on U.S. college campuses each year. Approximately 80 Americans take their own life and 1,500 more attempt to do so every day in the United States. To save lives, provide a platform […]

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Niners drop heartbreaker to Aggies, 35-31

| September 17, 2017 | 0 Comments
Niners drop heartbreaker to Aggies, 35-31

The Charlotte 49ers played their hearts out in their in-state shootout with NC A&T, but they ultimately fell 35-31 after coming back from an 18-point deficit. The Aggies scored three touchdowns in the first half, and got a huge defensive stop late in the fourth quarter that ultimately sealed the deal. A&T quarterback Lamar Raynard […]

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PREVIEW: Charlotte opens home slate vs. N.C. A&T

| September 15, 2017 | 0 Comments
PREVIEW: Charlotte opens home slate vs. N.C. A&T

After spending the first two weeks on the road, the Charlotte 49ers are welcomed back home to square off with N.C. A&T — starting quarterback Hasaan Klugh’s former team. A&T, an FCS team, made it to the FCS Playoffs last season and enter Jerry Richardson Stadium undefeated. This contest marks the 49th overall game for […]

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Golfing for gold

| September 15, 2017 | 0 Comments
Golfing for gold

In November of 2015, Holly Clark arrived as the head coach of the new founded women’s golf team. Two years later, with her team assembled, the first tournament is upon them. Golf has always been a part of Clark’s life, beginning at a young age. “I grew up in a family full of golfers. My […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘mother!’ is a beautifully bleak masterwork of epically unpredictable proportions

| September 15, 2017 | 0 Comments
MOVIE REVIEW: ‘mother!’ is a beautifully bleak masterwork of epically unpredictable proportions

If anyone has ever talked to me about movies before, you would know that “Kill Bill” is my favorite film of all time, but not that many people know what my second favorite film of all time is: “Black Swan.” Darren Aronofsky’s 2010 psychological thriller paints a beautifully chaotic picture of the downfall of a […]

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TV REVIEW: ‘Preacher’ – Season 2

| September 13, 2017 | 0 Comments
TV REVIEW: ‘Preacher’ – Season 2

Spoiler Warning for Season 2 of “Preacher,” as well as all episodes of the first season. When AMC debuted its new series “Preacher” during the summer of 2016, I watched the season and was genuinely confused by the premise and the direction things were headed. I was certainly intrigued, but it wasn’t until the finale that […]

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49ers tie Phoenix in overtime

| September 13, 2017 | 0 Comments
49ers tie Phoenix in overtime

The Charlotte 49ers (2-1-1) were unable to secure a win over Elon (3-0-2), finishing play with a 1-1 draw in double overtime. A goal by Teddy Chaouche in the 32nd minute of play, through the effort of Joe Brito with a cross from inside the box to Daniel Bruce who then kicked the ball back […]

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“Business As Usual” – A Mock Of The Modern World

| September 12, 2017 | 0 Comments
“Business As Usual” – A Mock Of The Modern World

From Sept. 8 to Dec. 14, UNC Charlotte Center City Campus is exhibiting Bob Trotman’s collection, “Business as Usual.” At its opening ceremony, many attended not only to appreciate Trotman’s fine works, but to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of North Carolina Arts Council. Museums and institutes such as the Smithsonian, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the North Carolina Museum […]

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