Articles by CisternYard.com Staff


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Progress STEMs From Us

Women scientists have always had to fight to be heard over their male colleagues. For most of history, science was considered a male dominated field plagued with sexism and implicit bias, which  that still persist in some circles. Today, the tides are slowly turning as more and more women are pursuing careers in science, technology,…

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Home Is Where the Song Is

By Keely Headrick & Callista Milligan Between musicians and music junkies, Charleston is bursting at the seams with music lovers. Show posters and setlists plaster rooms, festival wristbands cover arms, and band tees can be spotted in every class. Conversations start over common music taste, but sometimes bonds run deeper. Concerts and jamming with friends…

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A Fly on the Wall

A fly on the wall – a people watcher. They can be found in every nook of Charleston, watching and observing. In coffee shops alone, interesting perspectives can be discovered through the eyes of the fly. Moments witnessed can leave hearts touched, or create small chuckles hiding behind hands. Moments can sometimes disappoint, while others…

He Said She Said: The Great Divide

There is a common divide in America. Whether it be between political views, genders, race or age, everyone has their own opinions, and thankfully, the freedom to share those opposing views. President James Madison warned that factions can “divide mankind into parties inflamed with mutual animosity rather than unite towards the common good.” While those…

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