Articles by Chelsea Anderson

Chelsea Anderson is the Blog Editor for CisternYard News. She is a senior studying Communication at the College. Her journalistic journey began in high school while working with WTGR news. On any given day, you can find her watching soap operas, Keeping Up with the Kardashians or taking an intriguing Buzzfeed quiz.


Sustainability week 2015: Placing value on ourselves, others and the environment

The Office of Sustainability hosted its fourth annual Sustainability Week from April 6-11. Students were surrounded by numerous events that promoted, educated and celebrated the benefits of maintaining an environmentally conscious and healthy campus. Centered around the theme of value, the week focused on how society places value on entities such as ourselves, others and…


Students are connected to technology innovators in the music industry

The College’s In The Mix series continues this month, welcoming more guests to speak with students on topics within the music industry.  Presented by the Arts Management department, this month’s session explored the idea of technology within the music business. A highlight of the event included developer, Sean Hubbard, informing students on the process it…


The College hosts discussions of slavery in Southern cities

On Thursday the College welcomed historian Leslie M. Harris. As one the Avery Research Center’s featured lectures, Harris presented her newly published book “Slavery and Freedom in Savannah.” The Emory University professor expressed her goal to uncover and reveal common misconceptions regarding the history of African-Americans in the United States. Harris, determined to discover these…


Dozens of hazing allegations reported at The Citadel

Facing 85 allegations of hazing, The Citadel has experienced complaints and reports that range from “minor infractions to more serious allegations”, as expressed by the school. While allegations continue to be under investigation, 24 cases have already been resolved. Subsequently, 20 upper-class cadets have received on campus punishments and four students voluntarily left the military…


The College ranked as one of the nation’s “public ivies”

A new report from The Business Journals, which publishes 40 U.S. newspapers, shined a spotlight on the top public colleges in America. The College earned honorable mentions coming in at No. 80. Former admissions officer for Yale University, Richard Moll, was convinced that while several schools in the nation delivered “an Ivy League collegiate experience…

The College celebrates diversity and welcomes new major

Concentrating on the theme of “Making Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice a Reality”, the college’s Office of Institutional Diversity hosted their fifth annual Diversity Week. With numerous events taken place from Oct. 6 through the tenth, participants indulged in an array of outreach, social, and cultural programs sponsored by college departments. Highlights of the week…

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