The Yard

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Labor Pains

More and more students are working part- or full-time jobs while they complete their degree. What’s driving this financial choice, and how does it affect students’ scholastic success? Thousands of students maintain a full or part-time job in addition to classes. Whether it be an internship, Federal Work Study, retail or restaurant job downtown, many…

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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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Memo: On Life

Memo didn’t always live on the streets, but he wasn’t always happy either. “It’s funny,” he said, “I reached a point in my life where I had this amazing job. I was making too much money. I would get a day off and blow it all at Tanger Outlet[s]. I had an apartment that was…

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Corner Culture

Anyone who has spent time downtown is aware of the veritable food desert that spans the breadth of the Holy City. Residents of downtown Charleston have very few choices when it comes to groceries and other essentials. This has led to the rising popularity, more recently among students, of local corner stores. Charleston is deeply…

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Hell on 8 Wheels

When it comes to Roller Derby, most people probably imagine their parents in the ‘70s watching the local derby team — but this isn’t your Mom’s roller derby and the Lowcountry Highrollers aren’t your parents’ team. They play tough, they play fair and they are consummate athletes, bruises and all. If you’re like most people,…

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