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Law enforcement background benefits Ashleigh Wojslawowicz’s doctoral research

Charleston Southern University’s trifecta alumnus, Ashleigh Newell Wojslawowicz ’10, ’13, ’21, is living her life’s purpose in God’s perfect plan. Currently a Master Crime Scene Investigator, Wojslawowicz, 33, holds the highest tier level of certification by the International Association of Identification as a Certified Senior Crime Scene Analyst. She recently shared her research at the […]

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Campaigns and Elections

In the Charleston Southern political science department, there is a class that is only offered every two years in the fall: Campaigns and Elections. In this course, students learn what goes into campaigns and learn prediction criteria. Students even try to predict the outcome of a real election as it and its campaign play out.  […]

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Students portray personal 9/11 stories through theatre

Students and staff alike can remember the tragic events that occurred Sept. 11, 2001. Terrorists crashed planes into the World Trade Center in New York City’s financial district, taking down both Twin Towers and killing nearly 3,000 people 21 years ago.  Many students attending Charleston Southern University now were barely alive when the attack occurred, […]

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Students perform at CSO’s 2021 Tour of Homes

A few weeks before Christmas break, students and faculty from Charleston Southern University’s Horton School of Music performed in the 2021 Symphony Tour of Homes. The 24th annual event hosted by the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League is a self-guided tour of five stunning homes on Kiawah Island. Nearly 1,000 tickets were sold. Dr. Soohyun Yun, director […]

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Alumnus leading top real estate team

Brad Baker ’15 graduated with a music performance degree, but these days you will find him leading the No. 1 Realty One Group Coastal team in South Carolina. He is also a Dave Ramsey endorsed real estate provider in the Charleston market.  Baker got his start in real estate back in 2016 with a local firm and was drawn to the […]

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New Miss CSU crowned for first time in 2 years

After a night of sparkle, song and science experiments on Saturday, a new Miss Charleston Southern University shined through to gain the coveted title and scholarship. Six young women showcased their social platform, red carpet style and unique talents to become the face of the university in 2022. Hanahan native Brittany Priester, a senior business […]

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Alumnus gets four-chair turn on “The Voice”

From an 8th grade talent show to large music venues, Aaron Hines ’16 has performed on stages of all sizes—but none bigger than the one he walked on recently at Universal Studios in Hollywood.  Hines is currently competing on Season 21 of “The Voice,” an NBC Emmy Award-winning musical competition series that showcases vocalists from across […]

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Overcoming homelessness: how two Bucs defied the odds

Homeless. It is a word packed with stereotypes and visuals of tent cities, stranded shopping carts by the woods, or cardboard sign-clad beggars on the street. Every night, thousands of young people experience homelessness alone in the United States. According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, approximately 550,000 unaccompanied youth under the age of 24 […]

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Decades-old Gospel Choir now offered as a course at CSU

Charleston Southern University’s Horton School of Music is expanding its music course opportunities by offering Gospel Choir each semester. With virtually no limit on capacity, students from any academic discipline can enroll.  Students will learn the history of traditional African-American gospel music and how it has become a progressive sound in the contemporary worship experience.   […]

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New dean carries on family legacy

Dr. John Edward Kuykendall has been named dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Charleston Southern University. He has served the university for 18 years, first joining the CSU faculty as an assistant professor of history and, most recently, as the interim dean for the college. “I am absolutely confident in Dr. […]

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