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The annual Arts Week at Charleston Southern University began today with a poetry writing workshop, with many more events scheduled throughout the week. Be sure to use #csuartsweek on social media to tag your experiences at these events! Monday, Feb. 25 Poetry Writing Workshop with Prof. Lisa Williams, 9 a.m. — Whitfield Center 202 Poetry […]| READ MORE: It’s Arts Week at CSU!
“Our vision with Render, to put it simply, is to create community,” said Lindsey Jester, co-founder of Render. “We want to see community amongst all of our girls no matter their age, major or life story because deep down we all have the desire to belong.” Render is the women’s ministry on campus that meets […]| READ MORE: Render Ministry meeting needs of women
Last night, Charleston Southern University hosted a national town hall with sponsors Sinclair Broadcast Group, WCIV News 4 and Liberty University – a fourth installment in a series bringing awareness to the national opioid epidemic. Host Eric Bolling led the discussion, asking questions of a panel to explore possible solutions and responsibility. He spoke of […]| READ MORE: National opioid crisis town hall held at CSU
Alumni, CSU parents, current students, prospective students and friends are invited for an evening of fellowship with President Dondi Costin and others from Athletics and Enrollment. Join us for one of the following events: May 6 | Greenville, S.C. May 7 | Rock Hill, S.C. May 20 | Columbia, S.C. May 21 | Florence, S.C. […]| READ MORE: CSU Comes to You!
“God called me to do this, and it was just the change I needed,” said Kimberly Perkins, the new director of counseling services at Charleston Southern University. “I love working with young adults because they hold such promise and potential.” Perkins’ vision for the counseling center at CSU is to implement more outreach on campus […]| READ MORE: Led to be here for student mental health
Dean of Students Clark Carter was the Charleston Southern recipient of the Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award at the recent Black History Intercollegiate Consortium’s MLK Celebration. Members of the consortium, CSU, Trident Tech, The Citadel, Medical University of South Carolina and the College of Charleston, each choose a person who exemplifies the values and […]| READ MORE: Carter receives MLK Jr. Humanitarian Award
The CSU Diversity Office and African American Society (AAS) will host many events this month in observance of Black History Month. To kick it off, AAS is hosting a Spirit Week on campus Feb. 4 – 8. CSU students, be sure to use the hashtags #AASspiritweek2k19 or #csuBHM2k19 to be entered to win a care […]| READ MORE: African American Society, Diversity Office kick off Black History Month
U.S. News and World Report has named Charleston Southern University #25 on the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs list and #20 on the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans list, the highest listings of any university in South Carolina for 2019. Dr. Marc Embler, assistant vice president for academic affairs: online programs, technology and grants, said, “We are extremely proud to […]| READ MORE: CSU’s Online Bachelor’s Program ranks best in S.C., top 25 in nation
Leigha Martinelli loved to write and perform on stage. She loved her family and her dog, Mylo. Most of all, Leigha loved sharing her testimony of faith with family, friends and complete strangers. Fellow Charleston Southern University senior communication studies major Anna Menendez tutored Martinelli last semester and shared her experience meeting Leigha for the […]| READ MORE: Campus honored CSU senior with memorial service
The FEBC-Korea, Gwangju Children’s Choir and Dr. Billy (Jang Hwan) Kim captured CSU’s heart at Chapel Jan. 16. The children’s choir sang and danced their way through Christian songs and popular folk songs and sang “It Is Well with My Soul” in Korean. Students were delighted when the choir came into the audience to pass […]| READ MORE: Korean Children’s Choir and Dr. Kim charm CSU