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New fall academic calendar begins early, ends by Thanksgiving

Charleston Southern University has modified the Fall 2020 Academic Calendar in an effort to minimize the risks of additional waves of COVID-19 cases. The accelerated schedule begins earlier in August and provides a seven-week winter break, a strategy adopted by many universities nationwide.   “CSU leaders recognize the challenges of keeping students and the entire CSU community safe,” said Dr. […]

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CSU plans to reopen for in-person classes this fall

Charleston Southern University plans to resume on-campus instruction for the fall 2020 semester while implementing appropriately strict safety protocols to protect the campus and our local community.  “Since the first day of this pandemic, we have closely monitored its trajectory with an eye toward safely returning students to campus. As always, we want them to […]

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Bonilla continues quest to kill cancer

Ingrid Bonilla ’16 dreams big. But she will admit that living her dream is even more than she ever imagined. She has wanted to be a doctor since she was a child. Her mother’s battle with breast cancer further fueled those dreams and gave her the tenacity to pursue every avenue to attend the Medical […]

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CSU voice students advance to regional competition in Maryland

Sixteen voice students from the Horton School of Music at CSU have earned awards in two separate National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Student Auditions in 18 different categories.  Fourteen of the students will advance to compete at the Mid-Atlantic Region NATS Student Auditions to be held at Towson University in Towson, Maryland on March […]

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Celebrating CSU women on #IWD2019

In honor of International Women’s Day 2019, we’ll highlight a few very special ladies who have made their mark at Charleston Southern University and beyond. June Scobee Rodgers Dr. June Scobee Rodgers ’71, widow of Challenger Space Shuttle Commander Dick Scobee, founded the Challenger Center for Space Science Education to continue the crew’s educational mission. […]

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A few serve 1600 through Angel Tree program

Charleston Southern University students Davis Diel, Kenneth Alfieri, Allison Huggins and Sarah Parris spent a week packing toys for over 1600 families. Over Christmas break they volunteered with the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program in Winston Salem, N.C. “I gave up a week of my break because I have always taken advantage of Christmas and […]

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Taking the First Step

A few months ago, I had the opportunity to participate in a Habitat for Humanity project. It had been quite some time since I had done any carpentry, but I was looking forward to serving for a few hours on a Saturday morning with a hammer in my hand. Several of my College of Business […]

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Mind your matters

“I’m not afraid of failure; I’m afraid of succeeding at things that don’t matter.”    This gut punch from missionary William Carey erects healthy guardrails for wise travelers on the winding road between infancy and eternity. Yet in my experience with air-breathers all over the planet, too many road warriors mistake activity for accomplishment and equate busy-ness with productivity […]

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Music allows Slice to impact lives

Holly Slice deliberated between pursuing music or medicine until she discovered the field of music therapy.   An entrepreneur, Slice owns Lowcountry Pianist & Company LLC, is an adjunct professor in CSU’s music therapy department, owns With My Song LLC, a music therapy services business, and is a music instructor. She said, “I’m grateful that my education at […]

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Jeff Barber named Athletic Director at CSU

Charleston Southern University introduced Jeff Barber as the school’s new Athletic Director on Thursday afternoon at the Buccaneer Field House. Barber, who spent a decade as an administrator at the University of South Carolina and another 11 years as athletic director at Liberty University, becomes the third A.D. in CSU history. He will assume his […]

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