Spotlight Stories

The stories below highlight the best of what Queens offers for students and the entire campus community.

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The Gift of Hard Work

Rigorous program helps Royals lacrosse players off the field, too. Read More


National Champions

The Royals swim team sets a new mark in Queens’ history with men finishing ninth and women finishing tenth overall at the NCAA Championships. Read More


Charlotte’s on the Map

The Queen City lands on “top 10” lists nationwide for its cost, culture, and opportunities. Read More


International Athleticism

Queens regularly recruits international athletes from around the globe. Read More


Service Learning and Service Doing

Queens students volunteer throughout the community to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King. Read More


Building the Volleyball Program

Women’s volleyball players represent excellence on court, in classroom and around the community. Read More


David Marsh heads to Olympics

Queens’ Executive in Residence for Athletics and High Performance named assistant coach to the U.S. Swimming Team  Read More


Eco-friendly building comes to Queens

The new Rogers Science and Health Building will be among the first few North Carolina facilities to boast a Platinum LEED certification with its abundant “green” features.  Read More


The key to winning

Men's swim captain Kyle House helps shape Queens swim program Read More


Dr. Abíódún Gòkè-Paríolá has ambitious goals for Queens

Queens' Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs brings a background in linguistics to his position Read More


What's in a name?

The institution that became Queens University of Charlotte helped shape "The Queen City." Read More

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