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Little Things, Big Meanings

College of Charleston is a hub of unique individuals. Walking down St. Philip Street can feel like a maze of interesting jewelry, funky glasses, shoes and laptop stickers – the real conversation piece of campus. A lot of thought from fellow students goes into choosing these pieces to develop individuality, with typically little care of…

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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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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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Tuned in this Halloween

In the midst of costumes and parties and more costumes, let’s not forget about all those spooky spoopy films that come around this time of year. The end of October gives you excuses to watch all four of the Scream films, have a heart attack during Saw, or reminisce with Casper. we asked some current…

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Rucker sings the sun down and pumps the crowd up with his passionate hometown pride

Charleston native and renowned country music phenom Darius Rucker surprised us all with this cryptic tweet on Tuesday afternoon: “Can’t leave y’all hanging any longer. I’m taping a #CMTInstantJam TOMORROW night in Charleston! Want to be there? Details at 9 a.m. tomorrow.” Wait, what? Within 30 hours, Rucker was onstage at The Windjammer on Isle…

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