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For the love of god…vote!

Unless you have been living in North Korea, your grandmother’s basement or somewhere similarly isolated, you are probably sick to death of hearing about the presidential election. So we are going to give you one more article! No, seriously. This election warrants a closer look from CisternYard News, and not just because our reporters have…

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Are we in chains? A look at corporate coffee

Starbucks, founded in 1971, has been dominating the coffee industry since its rise to popularity, but the java giant brews more than just beans. Controversy has surrounded this morning drink Megatron that boasts 16,700 locations in 50 countries. In Manhattan, 68 of the Big Apple’s core 128 stores are within two blocks of another Starbucks….

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Our Wonder Women: The legacies of Conseula Francis and Alison Piepmeier

By: Courtney Eker and Justine Hall Photos courtesy of friends and family of Francis and Piepmeier Fierce. Magnificent. Activist. Inspiring. Badass. Family. If you could sum up the legacy of two vibrant, passionate and influential women in one word, what would it be? Alison Piepmeier and Conseula Francis were more than colleagues of the College…

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99 problems but a pitch ain’t one: A capella groups harmonize on campus

Students pace outside the doors as they wait for their turn. There is the quiet hum of sopranos warming up their vocal chords. There is the nervous click-click of a pen as a young man finishes his paperwork. There are boyfriends, best friends and headphones lending emotional support to those waiting to audition. Current members…

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Provost McGee: “Alcohol is never an excuse for misconduct by anyone”

To say that the semester is off to an eventful start would be an understatement. On Aug. 30, the College community was stunned when Pres. McConnell announced a suspension of “all alcohol-related social activities for its fraternities and sororities” effective immediately. The very next week on Sept. 8,  The Post and Courier broke the shocking…

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Nourish yourself at Huriyali Gardens

The word Huriyali, translated from Hindi, is used to describe a lush green space – think rainforests or botanical gardens. The word evokes a sense of green vibrance. These concepts are what served as the primary inspiration for College of Charleston grads Tom McFall and Ruchi Mistry when they founded Huriyali Juices and Gardens just…

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Heath is a hit: Old face, new philosophy for College of Charleston baseball

On June 22, 2015 Matt Heath was promoted to be the head coach of the College of Charleston baseball team when news broke that former head coach, Monte Lee, was leaving to coach the Clemson Tigers. Since the 2011 season, while Heath served as the pitching coach to Lee’s Cougars, the team won an impressive…

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