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Health Science Building dedicated

“This is a continuation of the university’s commitment to healthcare,” pronounced CSU President Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. at CSU’s new Health Science Building dedication on Friday morning. The $11 million facility meets the needs of Charleston Southern’s expanding undergraduate and graduate degree programs in healthcare and is designed to meet the growing need for […]

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Indian culture featured in annual event

Students, faculty and staff were treated to free Indian food and entertainment as part of the school’s annual Culturefest yesterday. In the serving lines, vegetable Samosa, Basmati rice and chicken Tikka Masala found its way to their plates and then their palates. While the food was consumed, the various aspects of Indian culture were shared […]

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2018 Summer Camps Schedule

There are a number of academic, music and athletic camps scheduled to operate from the CSU campus this summer.  Some camps offer opportunities to reside overnight, others are designed for daily commuters.  Here is an overview so parents may start planning: Criminal Justice Camp               June 4-8              9 a.m.-3 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.9 a.m.-noon Fri. High school students […]

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New residence hall activity

A new residence hall will soon start taking shape on campus.  Though improvements and updates to the existing dorms have undergone constant attention, it has been more than 30 years since the last residence hall was built.  The new residence hall will be erected on a vacant plot of land next to the library. “The […]

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Christian artist performs and shares for Arts Week

As part of CSU’s 5th annual Arts Week, Nashville recording artist, Andrew Peterson, entertained and witnessed through his words and songs to an appreciative chapel audience.   Horton School of Music Chair Jennifer Luiken described Peterson as a touchstone artist who has a way of presenting the gospel in an overt, yet covert way.  He delivered […]

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North Charleston Police Chief speaks to CSU students

North Charleston’s new police chief, Reggie Burgess, has spent 29 years in the department and is now tasked with enforcing the law in the state’s third largest city.   “Yeah, I am black, but I’ve been black for 52 years,” Burgess told a group of largely criminal justice students. The City of North Charleston is very diverse:   […]

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CSU dedicates Singleton Baseball Complex

Charleston Southern University dedicated the Singleton Baseball Complex on Monday, February 5.  The complex includes a two-story 3,500-square-foot building, a memorial plaza, and a stadium courtyard. The first floor of the complex houses a locker room, training room and the Sharonda Coleman-Singleton Enrichment Center. Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, mother of former CSU baseball player, Chris Singleton, was […]

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African American Society hosts spirit week

The purpose of the African American Society spirit week is to kick off Black History Month with a bang! The society seeks to involve the entire campus in various dress-up days and activities.   Monday, Feb. 5Dashiki Day & Game Night Wear your best dashiki to kick off Black History Month. This garment originated in West Africa as a […]

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