Articles by Zoë Murrie

Zoë Murrie is a Junior Communications and Women’s and Gender major from Columbia, SC. When she’s not writing, she loves plants, burritos and house shows.


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Charleston Thinks Green

All the rage right now in holistic medicine,  Charlestonians can now experience CBD [Cannabidiol] its benefits. The Charleston Hemp Collective, located at 473 King Street, is a new, high end CBD boutique on the peninsula that is passionate about providing the Carolinas with the highest quality CBD products.  Charleston Hemp Collective’s CBD is grown on…

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ExCEL Awards 2019

The Multicultural Student Programs and Services office honored 30 college community members last Wednesday during their annual ExCEL awards ceremony. The awards ceremony was held in the Stern Center ballroom on the fourth floor. The event was jam-packed as almost one hundred nominees, and their friends and loved ones filled up the ballroom. While the…

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Behind the Zines

To share and spread ideas before the internet, people had to get creative. A lot of this creativity manifested itself through ‘zines’—DIY magazines put together by writers, artists, fans and everyone in between. Zines—pronounced zeens—could be mailed, passed around via friends or acquaintances or distributed at events. What’s even more spectacular about zines is the…

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Hot Noodles, Hot Topics

In celebration of Black History Month, the Asian Student Association here at the College of Charleston hosted an event this past Thursday in the Multicultural Center conference room. The event, Hot Noodles Hot Topics, served up not only deliciously spicy noodles but the riveting discourse on Asian’s roles in hip hop, black culture and cultural…

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