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Cougarthon 2019

On Mar. 9th 550 students gathered  at TD Arena to raise awareness and money for sick kids in the local Charleston community.  It was Charleston Miracle’s largest event of the year, CougarThon. The  daylong dance party brings students, patients and the community together to fight for one cause: helping raise money for local ill children.   Charleston…

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Humans of Charleston

“I’ve always liked flowers so when I finished college I started working here at least part-time and they (the old owners) wanted to sell it so I bought it. So that’s all I’ve ever known. My mother was in the garden club and they used to have things in the house so I was just…

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Not a Trend: Mental Health in Today’s Media

The relationship between popular media/celebrities and mental health has always been inharmonious. From the thin figure of the 1930’s movie star Judy Garland–attained through severe bulimia and misuse of amphetamines–to current rapper Lil Uzi Vert’s praise of the benzodiazepine Xanax in his platinum single “XO Tour Lif3,” it is clear that the concept of the media glorifying…

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Men’s Basketball Senior Night

This past Saturday, the College of Charleston Men’s Basketball team hosted the University of North Carolina Wilmington in their annual Senior Night game. Seniors Nick Harris, Jarrell Brantley, Jermaine Blackmon and Marquise Pointer were honored before the opening tip, along with the team’s senior managers, senior members of the pep band and cheer squad. Coach…

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The Death of an “Icon”

When someone passes away it’s natural for people to bring up memories from their life, even if they aren’t good. This leaves us with the question, when does it go too far?  On February 19th, Karl Lagerfeld, the creative director of Chanel, passed away from pancreatic cancer. Many celebrities and models took to social media…

Southbound Panel Opening
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Southbound’s Uncommon Access

With only a few days left to see the Halsey Institute’s Southbound exhibit, it’s no surprise that photographers have come together one last time to provide insight on seeing the world through a camera’s lens. “The Photographer and Uncommon Access: A Southbound Artists Panel” took place on February 23rd. Photography is often seen “as the…

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