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Cougarthon 2019

On Mar. 9th 550 students gathered  at TD Arena to raise awareness and money for sick kids in the local Charleston community.  It was Charleston Miracle’s largest event of the year, CougarThon. The  daylong dance party brings students, patients and the community together to fight for one cause: helping raise money for local ill children.   Charleston…

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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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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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CofC’s Own Comic Con

Comic cons. The epitome of nerd culture. The only places where people can walk around dressed in orange martial arts gi’s, robot costumes and two-foot-long plastic horns and call other people weirdos for not doing it. There are several major comic cons all over the country including famous ones in San Diego, New York, and…

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CofC Spirit

It’s CofC Spirit Week, do you have school spirit? Because personally if you asked me before college I would have said no. CofC is starting to change my mind though. I mean, we have a great basketball team and we’re 20 minutes away from like five beaches. Not to mention that the liberal arts school…

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Integrity Week

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars is hosting an Integrity Week campaign from February 11-15. The week, inspired by the National Ethics Project, is oriented on building the core of one’s character “through promotion of honesty, trustworthiness, ethics, and self-awareness.” Each day of the week will have a different theme. Monday will be academic, Tuesday…

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