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Give Me a Break

The term “blow off steam” can mean different things for different people, and the methods with which people use to blow off steam can be totally different as well. Unfortunately, some common methods used to blow off steam can be detrimental or harmful to themselves and others. College of Charleston 2016 alum Cole Wadsten understands…

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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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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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Southbound: The New South

“The South”—two words that bring a number of different things to mind for different people. For some, it’s an image of nothing but Kentucky Fried hillbillies still accepting confederate currency. For others, it’s just a region of the country with a number of monuments to “heroes” of the losing of side of a war that…

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NOAA Listening Session

On Oct. 22, NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) under the Trump administration in Washington D.C came to Charleston to give locals, organizations, businesses, fisherman, scientists etc. the chance to plead their case against offshore drilling and the dire effects it has on Charleston’s coastline. Oceana–a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the world’s oceans…

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