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See the Stars at the FSW Observatory

Looking for something to do Friday nights? How about looking to the stars at the James and Barbara Moore Observatory on the FSW Charlotte Campus? Whether you’re a seasoned stargazer or you’ve only ever seen the night sky through city lights, you’ll be amazed at what you see through the observatory dome’s telescope. 

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“Please, don’t get married so young.” They were the last words Lindsy Orozco-Diaz's grandfather said to her during her family’s final visit with her grandparents in Mexico in 2018. Blas Orozco knew his granddaughter had big dreams and goals to reach. He didn’t want her to continue the same cycle that had repeated in their family generation after generation. “I won’t,” Lindsy promised him. “I’m going to be a doctor.”

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Whether you're joining a club, participating in intramural sports, attending events, working as a peer mentor or tutor, volunteering, studying abroad, participating in honors programs, or meeting with a professor during office hours, being involved on campus has enormous benefits for students. Here's how it can benefit you!

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The pandemic, economic and political tensions, and issues of social justice have created feelings of uncertainty, depression, anxiety, and isolation in many of us. So, how do we care for ourselves in a time of social distancing when the need for connection and support is at an all-time high? 

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As a kid, FSW professor Jordan Donini loved turtles and other reptiles. Now, he shares his love of this important species with his students. Read more about Professor Donini.

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What Are You Waiting For?

Check out our recent edition of "What Are You Waiting For?," a newsletter for future and new students.

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