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Young Alumni Series: Joaline Diez ’19

How often have you felt that God was pulling you a certain direction yet you had no clue where that path would lead? That is exactly how Joaline Diez felt her freshman year at Charleston Southern University.  Diez has been dancing since she could walk, and when she discovered upon arrival at CSU that a […]

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DPT program coming to CSU

Another doctorate program is launching soon at CSU. The Doctor of Physical Therapy Program will begin accepting applications in July 2021, with the first cohort of 48 students set to begin in May 2022. The full-time program is 120 credit hours and students will complete the DPT in 2 ½ years. In addition to the […]

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10-month online MBA to begin fall 2020

Changes are coming soon for Charleston Southern University’s College of Business. Starting fall 2020, prospective graduate students may choose between a 10-month accelerated online MBA or a flex MBA for those who desire a more traditional pace. These new options are a direct outcome of surveying current students and analyzing market trends, according to the […]

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Aeroponics: what’s growing on here?

There is a new class at Charleston Southern that is not offered at many other universities in the state. It pertains to the mysterious purple lights in the Science Building, and you will never guess what it is. CSU is offering aeroponics in the spring semester headed by Dr. Thomas Gurley, an adjunct professor. Aeroponic […]

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CSU named to 2020-2021 Military Friendly® Schools list

The Military Friendly® Schools list for the 2020-2021 academic year includes Charleston Southern University. CSU is currently educating 228 veterans and 114 veteran dependents. Paula Charls, veterans services coordinator and a U.S. Air Force veteran, said, “Our Veterans Services Office is committed to providing the best service for those who have served our country so […]

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Chapel panel talks relationships

What is the key part of a relationship? What makes it work? Questions like these filled in from the audience via text message at this week’s CSU Chapel. The relationship panel, moderated by Campus Minister Jon Davis, focused on relationships from a biblical, Christ-centered perspective. A popular panel discussion was how long a dating relationship […]

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U.S. Navy Band headed to CSU this month

The United States Navy Band will be making a stop at Charleston Southern University on Thursday, Feb. 27 as part of the band’s 2020 tour. The performing ensembles will be the Concert Band, Sea Chanters chorus and Cruisers popular music group. The band, with its combined ensembles, performs in many styles ranging from traditional wind band […]

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Week-long seminar a resource to all musicians

The Horton School of Music at Charleston Southern along with the Charleston Jazz Academy hosted an eight-day seminar on musician’s health and safety that concluded on Tuesday, February 4. The free annual event focused on issues facing musicians of all levels with regard to physical, mental, and emotional health and safety demands. Attendees spanned the musical field: professional […]

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CSU alum’s NFL connection

Jordan Lane has covered a lot of ground since receiving his CSU athletic training degree in 2017. He’s earned a Master of Science in advanced athletic training from the University of South Carolina, worked with the USC football team and served as a graduate assistant at Benedict College, a Division II HBCU. Currently, Lane can […]

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CSU Chapel: When hurt turns to triumph

Charleston Southern’s newest Board of Trustees member, Missie Branch, shared her story of motivation, success, and her path to salvation with students at CSU Chapel this week. Branch is the wife of Christian rapper Duce Branch (The Ambassador) and currently serves as the assistant dean of students to women and director of graduate life at […]

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