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Avery Research Center Reopening

On Wednesday, January 15 the Avery Research Center held its grand reopening event. The Avery Research Center closed for the last two years, undergoing a $2.3 million renovation that included new HVAC, flooring and archival storage. The historic school, now preserves the roots of the African Diaspora in Charleston.  “It is a fixture here in Charleston…

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Cuts and Conversations

On November 21, the College of Charleston’s Student Ambassadors, Office of Institutional Diversity and Multicultural Student Programs and Services partnered up with Cuts and Conversations to hold their second Cuts and Conversations event at the College of Charleston.  The Cuts and Conversations organization was created by Dr. Jerez Mitchell and Dr. Warrnetta Mann back in…

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The AcaBelles Hit the High Note

On Thursday, Nov. 21 College of Charleston’s all girl a cappella group, The AcaBelles, held their annual fall concert. Being the last concert of the semester The AcaBelles finished strong with renditions of popular songs like Survivor by Destiny’s Child, Titanium by David Guetta and I Want You Back by The Jackson 5 and Ocean…

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Save Your Love

The only thing Kayshawn had been doing that night was praying — praying for something great to happen. More specifically, he wanted something great to happen to his music. He went for a walk, thinking about his new music  and hoping that God would fulfill his dream of being a successful musician. He went to…

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Music In Her Veins

As a newborn baby she wouldn’t eat – she couldn’t eat. The doctors tried everything but nothing was working. Her parents thought she might not make it. The parents turned to a woman who they believed could help; she turned on a metronome and started playing music. It was at that very moment they figured…

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Friday Night Futbol

The College of Charleston Men’s Soccer team kicked off their season against Stetson in their annual Friday Night Futbol game. College of Charleston provided a shuttle for students so they could attend the game. Student attendees received free T-shirts and free hotdogs. The game was also the first featured sporting event on the fall punch…

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