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Humans of Charleston

“I’ve always liked flowers so when I finished college I started working here at least part-time and they (the old owners) wanted to sell it so I bought it. So that’s all I’ve ever known. My mother was in the garden club and they used to have things in the house so I was just…

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The Death of an “Icon”

When someone passes away it’s natural for people to bring up memories from their life, even if they aren’t good. This leaves us with the question, when does it go too far?  On February 19th, Karl Lagerfeld, the creative director of Chanel, passed away from pancreatic cancer. Many celebrities and models took to social media…

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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…

Guest Speakers Discuss Climate Change

Last Tuesday, February 12th, the Sustainability Literacy Institute held an event on campus entitled “Faith, Justice, and Global Warming: Discussing the Climate of Our Times.” Professor Todd LeVasseur welcomed and moderated the discussion between guest speakers Peterson Toscano and Corina Newsome. Toscano described himself as a “queer and quirky” individual from rural Pennsylvania, where evidence…

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Humans of Charleston

Title:  “It’s amazing. The people are nice, the architecture is nice, the history is nice, the weather was nice. Beaches aren’t as good as Long Island though.”   “It’s such a double edged sword to have history. It’s good to have history but it’s also bad because you’re old. As I get older I can’t…

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