December 5, 2019

Editor’s Note: This article is part two of a series. 

Every semester at Coastal Carolina University brings new opportunities for student engagement.  

  

Unlike a typical classroom setup, student-led clubs and organizations offer comradery based upon non-academic interests. From world renowned humanitarian collectives to frisbee and golf, listed below are the newest...

December 4, 2019

While Christmas may be the off season in Myrtle Beach, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy the break for holiday lovers and Scrooges alike. Should you decide to stay in the area over the winter break, exploring the options listed below may help you get the most of your vacation. 

From December 26-31, sports fans can head to the Beach Ball Classic at t...

December 3, 2019

CCU students have created the university’s first organization for video game design.  

Spawn Point is a student run club that introduces the fundamentals of video game design in a hands-on environment. The club provides students the opportunity to build their own game. Formerly known as the Game Makers Guild, the club was restructured after previous...

December 2, 2019

There are a few places near Coastal Carolina University in which an underage student can buy a drink.  Admission into bars has become the new price to pay for students wishing to get in, but the steep costs have yet to be a successful deterrent. 

Coastal Carolina University has been attempting to rid itself of its stigmatized “party school” status si...

December 1, 2019

Kimbel library is the next location scheduled to undergo reconstruction on campus.  

  

Alana Tellier, a junior at CCU, loves the quiet floor of the library. She hopes the new addition will expand upon the quiet spaces and study rooms currently provided on Kimbel’s second floor. Tellier does not mind the new addition being built behind...

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