Daily Archives: October 26, 2015


A Mile in Her Shoes: An interview with Charleston fashion blogger Taylor Brobisky

As I stroll through King Street’s fashion district on an early, cool Sunday morning, I prepare for the chat I am about to have with fashion blogger Taylor Brobisky. Walking past the chic and trendy mannequins displayed in the windows of H&M, Loft, Bebe and Banana Republic, I wonder what the fashionista would think of…


Food for a Cause- on Oct. 27 a percentage of Stern Center food court sales will benefit the American Red Cross

It has been 3 weeks since Hurricane Joaquin hit our coastline. Historic levels of flooding devastated both Charleston and Columbia. While downtown is back on its feet, many of our neighbors are still in need. You all want to help, but as students with busy schedules, it can be difficult to do that. This Tuesday,…


Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church welcomes Charleston community for Greek Fall Festival

Although Mother Nature put this year’s three-day extravaganza that is called the Charleston Fall Greek Festival on hold for two additional weeks, she seemed to make up for it with uncharacteristically brisk weather at the make-up date the weekend of Oct. 16-18– weather that made you remember that it’s fall everywhere else in the country…

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