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A Good Dog

About a year ago Sandy Niedojadlo opened her hot dog cart NEW Dog in Charleston, SC. Almost a year later, Sandy’s plump dogs and five-dollar lunch combos have become College of Charleston staples among students, staff and faculty. Before moving to Charleston, Niedojadlo worked in Connecticut public schools for thirteen years, where she and her…

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Social Exhaustion Is Real

According to Christine Hammond, a Florida mental health counselor, three types of exhaustion exist: physical, mental and emotional. All three types are feelings people experience throughout their lives, however, there is another type of exhaustion that people experience— social exhaustion. Social exhaustion, a burnout feeling from spending too much time around people and not having…

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The Failure of American News

When trying to parse through the sludge known as the American news cycle, it can be hard to find something understandable, readable and maybe even relatable. Articles online feel so opinionated that they belong in your friend’s blog on Medium and not on the New York Times website. Objective reporting feels like a lost cause,…

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Cake! Cake! Cake! CofC Celebrates its 250th

The College of Charleston celebrated its 250th birthday Thursday with a day of festivities. An afternoon event in a colorfully decorated Cistern Yard gathered hundreds while the College’s own Chucktown Sound and cheerleading squad performed.  “We are extraordinary, not because we are old, but we are old because we are extraordinary.” President Hsu began his speech…

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