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Internships help prepare you for your future

Within the past few years, Charleston Southern has been expanding on the Experiential Learning Initiative. With how things have changed with this aspect of CSU’s curriculum, it may be confusing to keep up with what it exactly entails. With that being said, this will be an explanation of what lies ahead for students when going […]

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How to: read the Bible well

The more a Christian plumbs the depths of Scripture, the more he may live for Christ because spending time in God’s word is spending time with God. While we live in an era of incredible access to the Bible, we do not always see the desired fruit in our own lives from our Bible reading. […]

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College offers more than an academic degree

The experience of going to college includes values beyond earning a degree. Employees at CSU recently shared some specifics with me. Some similarities were seen in their responses, but the range of answers was evident, age and generation differences aside.  Critical thinking was a specifically important value to Charleston Southern University President Dr. Dondi Costin […]

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Your spiritual growth opportunities at CSU

Charleston Southern University offers plenty of opportunities for spiritual growth. Spiritual growth is found at the core of CSU as is stated in our Founding Principle of Matthew 28:19-20, “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them […]

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Exam study tips

As a senior, I’ve had to learn study habits during my academic career. Maybe some of what works for me will work for you also. Study habits are personal and what works for you might not work for others, so it is important to understand what works well for your own learning needs. We are […]

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Where to study on campus

For Night Owls CSU’s newest student lounge and dining option, The Buc Stop, is the perfect place for night owls to study. The Buc Stop grill is open until 10:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, but students are welcome to utilize the space any time. The lounge is crowded with students socializing and doing homework while […]

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A missionary’s journey to “professor”

Ryan Gimple’s journey to becoming a Charleston Southern University professor is anything but simple.  Gimple was born in midwest Topeka, Kansas. Two states over, he began college at Wheaton, outside of Chicago, and spent the next six to seven years of his life there. Gimple married his wife in their last year of college in […]

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