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Bulletproofing – responding well to stress

What if I told you that mental fitness is something you can develop in the same way you build your physical fitness? We hear a lot these days about mental fitness in politics and leadership. When we do, the conversation often focuses on avoiding or managing stress. What if that isn’t actually useful? The best […]

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Teens learn Christian response to racism, evil, pop culture at ENDURE

High school sophomores, juniors and seniors attended Charleston Southern University’s ENDURE apologetics conference on Friday, Sept. 28 to learn about three issues facing our world: racism, evil and pop culture. The annual event addresses topics that are critical to equip teens in their Christian faith. “As we prayed and talked through the most pressing concerns […]

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Staff, students restore Chapel organ; fully functional first time in 29 years

When the first notes from the organ in Lightsey Chapel sound at the HSM Faculty Recital Thursday, September 27, and the Combined Choral and Wind Ensemble Concert Friday, September 28, it will be the first time the organ has been fully functional since it was damaged during Hurricane Hugo 29 years and 1 week ago.  […]

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Hundreds attend the annual Volunteer & Mission Fair

Nearly 400 Charleston Southern University students attended the Volunteer and Mission Fair on Thursday, September 20 in the Whitfield Center for Christian Leadership. Employers from a broad spectrum of nonprofits, churches and community organizations discussed volunteer, mission and internship opportunities in our community and beyond – including the Red Cross, Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity […]

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Campus reopens post-Florence, classes resume Tuesday

All classes at Charleston Southern University will resume on Tuesday, September 18 at 8 a.m. Professors will show leniency to students whose return is delayed by heavy traffic, obstructed roadways or travel from long distances. Students who are unable to return to class on Tuesday, September 18 will not be penalized. The safe return of […]

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Hurricane Florence Updates

The university leadership is assessing the condition of the campus and roads and will make an announcement tomorrow afternoon regarding the campus reopening. The safety of our students is our greatest concern. Leniency will be shown to all students, faculty and staff who are unable to return to campus on time due to unsafe road conditions, […]

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Hurricane Florence Updates

At this time, Charleston Southern University is officially closed in preparation for Hurricane Florence. The decision to reopen the campus will depend on the hurricane’s severity and assessments by state and local government officials. Once it is safe to return, university leaders will communicate the specific date and time that the campus will reopen. Professors will […]

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Hurricane Watch or Warning – what’s the difference?

The South Carolina coast is halfway through hurricane season, which is officially June 1 – November 1. As Florence now approaches and other potential storms swirl in the Atlantic, it is important to know the difference between a hurricane watch and a hurricane warning. According to NOAA, the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, “A warning means […]

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Hurricane Florence Updates

Due to the approach of Hurricane Florence, all classes at Charleston Southern will end today, September 10, 2018 at 2 p.m. Students must use Blackboard to keep up with assignments until classes resume. All campus offices will close today at 4 p.m. and remain closed until further notice. All sporting events, campus activities and campus […]

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Hurricane Florence Updates

Campus officials continue to monitor the track of Hurricane Florence. The safety of our campus community is of paramount concern. While no official evacuation has been issued to date, should campus officials determine that Hurricane Florence may threaten CSU directly, residential students may be required to evacuate the campus. Only essential personnel will be allowed […]

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