Articles by Carson Schafer

Following in the footsteps of many great authors before her, Carson chose to begin her writing career with journalism. She's been writing news stories since high school and now writes for CisternYard News. She came to Charleston as a transfer after a two-year sojourn in the icy mountains of Utah and never looked back. She keeps busy by reading, playing video games and working at the Children's Museum as an expert in cardboard swords, dragons and pirate adventures. After graduation she will be setting off on her own pirate adventure, conquering the globe in her trusty VW van.


Candidates speak out on race equity in mayoral forum

Friday evening Charleston’s mayoral candidates took the stage to express their views and plans for the future in the Mayoral Forum on Race Equity at Burke High School in downtown Charleston. Although lacking the drama of a presidential debate, Charleston residents of all ages and races gathered in the auditorium to hear candidates’ thoughts on…


Dr. Alicia Caudill interviews to be the College’s next Executive Vice President for Student Affairs

A crowd of students, staff  and faculty gathered on March 27,  in Stern Center Ballroom, to listen to Dr. Alicia Caudill speak about why she should be the next Executive Vice President for Student Affairs at the College. In Caudill’s speech to the captive audience she explained her goals of cooperation between divisions and engagement…


College of Charleston literary magazine wins student press award

Miscellany, the College’s art and literary magazine,  won second place in its category at the Associated Collegiate Press’ 92nd annual National College Media Convention this year. Miscellany competed against college literary journals from across the country and was only second to North Carolina State’s publication Windhover. Miscellany is a student-run magazine and is published every April….


James Island Connector Run to benefit students with disabilities

On Nov. 2, runners, walkers and cyclists will gather behind the starting line of the Gavalas-Kolanko Foundation’s 15th annual James Island Connector Run to support students with disabilities. College of Charleston’s club Enactus (Entrepreneurs in Action-US) is sponsoring all on-campus involvement with the run. According to Enactus member Nicole Watches, the club named this year’s…

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