Articles by Chelsea Anderson

Chelsea Anderson is the Blog Editor for CisternYard News. She is a senior studying Communication at the College. Her journalistic journey began in high school while working with WTGR news. On any given day, you can find her watching soap operas, Keeping Up with the Kardashians or taking an intriguing Buzzfeed quiz.


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A Mile in Her Shoes: An interview with Charleston fashion blogger Taylor Brobisky

As I stroll through King Street’s fashion district on an early, cool Sunday morning, I prepare for the chat I am about to have with fashion blogger Taylor Brobisky. Walking past the chic and trendy mannequins displayed in the windows of H&M, Loft, Bebe and Banana Republic, I wonder what the fashionista would think of…

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Dear UCLA: How to throw a Kanye West Party And Not Be Racist

Kanye West did not drop three entire college themed albums for this to happen! The Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and Alpha Phi sorority at the University of California, Los Angeles held a “Kanye Western” themed party on Tuesday night. Party goers were seen wearing baggy clothing, fake rear-ends, plumped lips to nail the perfect Kardashian…

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Kenan Thompson Tells “All That” We Wanted To Hear

Thanks to the Office of Student Life, “Saturday Night Live” comedian Kenan Thompson thrilled students in the Sottile Theater with a #ThrowbackThursday like none other. Without crazy costumes, props or gadgets, Thompson’s single microphone and spotlight were all that was needed as he spoke of his career journey.  Nostalgia filled the air as students  were given the…

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Twitter tackles racism following Charleston shooting

Dylann Roof, a 21 year-old white man who allegedly shot and killed nine black church-goers during Emanuel AME’s bible study on Wednesday evening, was captured nearby Thursday morning in Shelby, NC. The Charleston Police Department believe the murders to be racially motivated as Charleston Police, Chief Greg Mullen confirmed “We believe this is a hate…

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Right on pointe and pitch: Students showcase talents at Spoleto Festival

Each summer, Charleston hosts one of the largest arts festivals in the nation: Spoleto. A special treat for the past 38 years, the festival invites talents from all over the world to captivate audiences. Nimble dancers fly and leap through the air. Talented musicians produce harmonious melodies. Actors tell stories from a different time and…

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Miscellany launches 35th issue with release celebration

On Thursday, Miscellany, the College’s student run literary and art journal, unveiled its 2015 issue. Marking the 35th annual release, the publication continues to pride itself on tolerance and integrity, working to promote the literary and visual art of the College’s undergraduate students. Fitting the theme of art excellence, students, staff, faculty and the general…

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