Charlotte teens take home top scholarship awards from Hampton University

Three teens each received tuition plus room and board during the historically Black university's fall scholarship gala.
By Katrina Louis | February 19, 2020

8 Charlotte couple-preneurs share how they make it work

These Charlotte-based couples show that it is possible to mix business and pleasure. Plus, they offer advice for other would-be couple-preneurs.
By Katrina Louis | February 14, 2020

Susan Rice, former advisor to Obama, reflects on ‘things worth fighting for’

The former U.N. ambassador and national security advisor said America has seen other periods of political and social polarization.
By Lizzie Kane | February 11, 2020

She went from stages at The Comedy Zone to the writer’s room for “Mixed-ish”

Spencer Taylor was a shy kid who used humor as a defense mechanism. Now, she's a comic writer on network TV.
By Loán Lake | February 4, 2020

Bryan Stevenson: 4 steps to ‘change the world’

The acclaimed lawyer and human rights activist spoke to a capacity crowd at Davidson College.
By Lizzie Kane | January 29, 2020

Feeding a memory: How my mom’s life and death inspired my passion for food

This math teacher turned food blogger remembers the moments that created her love story with food.
By Erique Berry | January 24, 2020

John W. Love Jr.’s commitment to showing up pays off with $100K art prize

Charlotte's provocative artist awarded prize to produce "The Cathedral of Messes." He also shares why he rejects the "starving artist" narrative.
By Emiene Wright | January 17, 2020

Livingstone senior presents research at world’s largest supercomputing conference

White House HBCU Scholar Tenecious Underwood recognized for research on the science of frog language.
By Livingstone College News Service | January 15, 2020

Jason Jet talks his latest EP, “Roll,” and desire for Charlotte’s music scene

A decade following his debut, Jason Jet reflects on his career and how Charlotte can gain its musical identity
By Kallan Louis | January 9, 2020

Charles Jones, Carolina civil rights leader, dies at 82

Jones organized and participated in several sit-in protests during the 1960s.
By Katrina Louis | December 27, 2019