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Liberty’s SPIRITED Pep Rally

After a greeting of golden balloons and music pulsating through human-sized speakers, it’s no secret that this year’s pep rally was one to remember. A smiling Johnsie,one of Liberty’s most enthusiastic dining hall employees checked in students  while waving one of the numerous pom-poms scattered across the hall. Johnsie was not the only smiling representative…

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CofC’s Own Comic Con

Comic cons. The epitome of nerd culture. The only places where people can walk around dressed in orange martial arts gi’s, robot costumes and two-foot-long plastic horns and call other people weirdos for not doing it. There are several major comic cons all over the country including famous ones in San Diego, New York, and…

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CofC Spirit

It’s CofC Spirit Week, do you have school spirit? Because personally if you asked me before college I would have said no. CofC is starting to change my mind though. I mean, we have a great basketball team and we’re 20 minutes away from like five beaches. Not to mention that the liberal arts school…

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Integrity Week

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars is hosting an Integrity Week campaign from February 11-15. The week, inspired by the National Ethics Project, is oriented on building the core of one’s character “through promotion of honesty, trustworthiness, ethics, and self-awareness.” Each day of the week will have a different theme. Monday will be academic, Tuesday…

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Catching Up with Susto

Charleston-native band, Susto, are hometown heroes for the local music scene. Debuting in 2014 with a self-titled record, the “Acid Boys” cultivated a bona-fide following. Describing Susto can be a difficult task. Whether you’re familiar with the Spanish originated word or the band itself, you’ll be balancing a lot of thought. However, you just might…

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Are “YOU” a fan?

The new Lifetime show, or I guess I should say Netflix phenomenon, that everyone seems to be either raving about or hating on: You. You aired on Lifetime in early September of last year but just hit the streaming world at the end of Dec. 2018. Shortly after, Netflix subscribers were taking to Twitter, either consuming…

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“The Word Is Murder” Book Review

Originally published in 2017, Anthony Horowitz’s murder-mystery novel “The Word Is Murder” is just now catching the attention it deserves, as Barnes and Noble had officially added it to their best-sellers list in Jan. of this year.  As a mystery genre fan and an avid reader, I eagerly picked up Horowitz’s novel as I scanned…

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