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A Christmas toy story

Two years ago, God spoke to Anna Covington’s heart about a big idea: to provide some joy in the lives of children battling cancer. The Charleston Southern University public health major drew inspiration from her four-year-old cousin, Jonathan – currently battling Leukemia. “He hopes to fully beat his cancer next month! Ever since he was […]

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CSU Chapel: Are you hardened, hesitant or whoever?

As a pastor, DJ Horton is amazed at people’s response to the gospel. Using John 12:37-50, Horton shared the three responses people have when the gospel is shared. “Most of what life is – is how you respond,” said Horton, senior pastor of Church at The Mill in Spartanburg, and a newly elected member of […]

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U.S. News once again names CSU top-ranked in S.C. for online bachelor’s degrees, #11 nationwide

U.S. News and World Report’s 2020 ranking for online programs lists Charleston Southern University at #11 nationally for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs. This ranking represents a jump of 14 positions in a single year and again makes CSU the top-ranked school in the state of South Carolina for online bachelor’s degrees. CSU also ranks #8 in […]

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World-class flutist to perform at CSU

Flutists and woodwind players from beginner through professionals and music lovers will have a unique chance to attend a recital and masterclass featuring world-class flutist Demarre McGill Sunday, Jan. 26 at Charleston Southern University’s Lightsey Chapel Auditorium.  McGill is principal flutist of the Seattle Symphony and also associate professor of flute at the University of […]

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Look what God has done

One of the many joys of my job is hanging out with alumni who haven’t been to campus in a while. Moving about with their heads on a swivel, I see the wheels turning as they quickly compare the campus of their memories with what appears before them as the campus of their dreams. The reaction is always the same: “Unbelievable! Look what God has done.” Exactly.    It’s the reaction I […]

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Scholarships established in David Gray’s memory

Two scholarships honoring the memory of Major W. David Gray ’01, who was killed Aug. 8, 2012, in Afghanistan, have been established.  AFROTC Cadet Gabrielle D’Amico, a sophomore majoring in criminal justice with an aerospace studies minor, is the recipient of The Major W. David Gray Air Force Leadership Funded Scholarship for 2019-2020.  The Major W. David […]

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Christianity Today interviews President Costin

Dr. Dondi Costin, president, was recently featured in Christianity Today in Betsy Abraham’s article: “The Tedious Balance Between Tradition + Innovation: New Leaders at Prestigious Christian Institutions Weigh the Cost of Progress.”  Five top leaders explained what it was like to step into new roles. Citing the similarity to working at the Pentagon prior to coming to […]

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A CSU Degree leads to individual freedom for Gamkredlize

At the intersection of Europe and Asia lies the Republic of Georgia. The country, most recently occupied by the Soviet Union, is known for its grand centuries-old cathedrals, ancient cities and vineyards, mighty mountain peaks and hospitable people. Georgians, like David Gamkredlize ’08, are eager to share their homeland’s history, culture and selfless desire for stability.  Gamkredlize spent his entire life in […]

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Bruneau confronts his past through writing

Robert “Bobby” Bruneau ’95 set out to write a memoir. Along the way, the memoir turned into historical fiction with the names changed in the story to protect those he was writing about.  Interested in writing since he was a child, Bruneau wrote a lot of poems and eulogies for friends. People kept telling him he should write […]

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Bass Fishing Club formed

One of the newest clubs at Charleston Southern has aspirations for greatness, as the CSU Bass Fishing Club and Team looks forward to future challenges and competition.  Founded this fall, the club has already started to gather attention in the Charleston area, as they hosted their own fishing tournament in November. While the club may […]

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