Articles by Grace Samuelson


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Walking with the Dead

Deep green leaves slowly begin to burst with vibrant shades of gold, orange and red. The relentless Charleston heat dulls to a comfortable chill and pumpkin patches, hayrides and corn mazes announce to the world that fall is finally here. Along with the calming scents of cider and the welcoming embrace of oversized sweatshirts comes…

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Peace Jam 2017

An array of yellow, green, red and orange spotlights cast themselves onto the black floor, revealing tinydust specks floating around the airy barn. The stage is set, awaiting its first performers. The bar is stocked and the bouncers find their way to the front to open the doors. Little by little, people begin to file…

SustainFest 2017

“Train your brain to sustain” is pasted all over walls, bulletin boards, doors, stickers and shirts all across the College of Charleston campus, but does anyone really know what it means? The future of our environment has been looking dim in recent years. But that does not mean the people who care will not do…

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Black Tap on Top

Coffee beans have weaseled their way into every moment of our daily lives as Americans. The drive for a caffeine fix sends everyone scampering for a quick afternoon pick-me-up. Even so, Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts no longer make the top of the list. More and more people choose to frequent independent coffee shops. Charleston is…

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Rhapsody in Black: a celebration of black culture

Black History Month originated as a week-long February event designed to encompass both Fredrick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln’s birthdays. Since then, the nation has declared the month of February as “Black History Month.” The idea came from historian Carter Woodsen in order to give African Americans the recognition they deserve. It has evolved into a celebration…

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