Articles by Gabi Loue

Gabi Loue is a freshman double major in English and International Studies, with a focus on International Comparative Literature, from Wilmington, North Carolina. She likes reading, sunrises, and singing way too many Disney songs at the top of her lungs.


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…

Pumzi
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Afrofuturism Film Festival Continues in “Pumzi” And Other Short Films

To commemorate Black History Month this year, the College of Charleston’s African American Studies Program is hosting “Afrofuturism On Film.”  Specifically, the film festival focuses on artistic portrayal of the future with respect to African culture, a style known as Afrofuturism. The genre importantly highlights black artists who are rarely included in more mainstream sci-fi…

Gold Cougar balloons
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Liberty’s SPIRITED Pep Rally

After a greeting of golden balloons and music pulsating through human-sized speakers, it’s no secret that this year’s pep rally was one to remember. A smiling Johnsie,one of Liberty’s most enthusiastic dining hall employees checked in students  while waving one of the numerous pom-poms scattered across the hall. Johnsie was not the only smiling representative…

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Books Published by Women 2018

2018 has been an incredible year for women. A year that has showcased trials and moments of triumph, the publishing industry consisting of some of the best literary works. These works have traveled through the year with layers of personal essays, recipes, and book-to-movie adaption hits. Women now have the time and opportunity to show…

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