Five tips to succeed in online learning

Here's five tips to help you make the most of your online learning.
By Central Piedmont Community College | February 15, 2021

How Blue Cross NC and the Carolina Panthers gave back to ‘sack hunger’ in Charlotte

As the coronavirus spread, Blue Cross NC and the Panthers football organization mobilized to distribute meals in underserved communities.
By GlennOaks Media | January 13, 2021

Raleigh’s food scene is worth the drive. While there, shop Black-owned and learn N.C. history

North Carolina's capital city offers a great combination of good food, museums, public attractions and Black heritage sites.
By GlennOaks Media | December 18, 2020

5 unexpected ways to save on college costs

Learn of options to save you thousands of dollars on the cost of your college education.
By GlennOaks Media | December 7, 2020

10 things to know about the Affordable Care Act during open enrollment

The open enrollment period for 2021 began on November 1 and ends December 15.
By GlennOaks Media | December 3, 2020

Mint Museum exhibitions include works by BIPOC artists, including two local artists

In these unprecedented times, The Mint can be a fun excursion that nourishes the soul.
By GlennOaks Media | December 2, 2020

Diabetes: Facts you should know in the era of Covid-19

By eating right and keeping your body active, diabetes can be avoided and even sent into remission.
By GlennOaks Media | November 25, 2020

At Charlotte Country Day School, fine arts is a lesson in multiculturalism

The school embraces a broader understanding of art, incorporating in its curriculum more artists of color and female artists.
By GlennOaks Media | November 6, 2020

2 spots in east Charlotte for health-conscious residents

In NoDa, a Black-owned juice bar turns 4 years old, while just a short drive away, Mecklenburg County is building massive fitness center.
By GlennOaks Media | November 6, 2020

With new hire, Providence Day School builds on its commitment to diversity

As independent schools and universities are being asked to confront past racism, PDS has created a new position that will work closely with alumni and current students of color and their families.
By GlennOaks Media | October 23, 2020