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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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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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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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Catching Up with Susto

Charleston-native band, Susto, are hometown heroes for the local music scene. Debuting in 2014 with a self-titled record, the “Acid Boys” cultivated a bona-fide following. Describing Susto can be a difficult task. Whether you’re familiar with the Spanish originated word or the band itself, you’ll be balancing a lot of thought. However, you just might…

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