September 18, 2020

Photo courtesy of Conway Downtown Alive. 

While COVID-19 has caused many events to be canceled or postponed, some festivities are still scheduled to take place along the Grand Strand this fall. 

Sept. 26 – Oct. 31: Boone Hall Fright Nights

If you’re willing to take a road...

September 13, 2020

Coastal Carolina University’s custodial worker, Barbara Livingston, has constantly showed her loyalty and dedication to the university.  

Livingston has been working at CCU for eight years now. She enjoys working on the campus because of the people, staff...

September 9, 2020

Socializing is a big part of people’s lives, but COVID-19 has put a limit on that tremendously.  

Many stores and restaurants have reopened, but others remain closed due to safety purposes. In March, almost everything was shut down in Conway and Myrtle Beach....

April 16, 2020

Right now, protecting ourselves and our loved ones from this pandemic is the most important thing. To do this, we have to practice social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19. This means no parties, hanging out with friends or going to see people you don’t live wi...

March 20, 2020

Home cooked meals are what I miss most while away at school. When the dining hall food just doesn’t cut it for you either, try out some of these budget (and dorm!) friendly recipes. 

  

$6 Mug Mac & Cheese:  

½ cup of elbow noodles or sm...

March 11, 2020

Coastal Carolina University’s Percussion Society hosted the band Nation Beat at CCU on Wednesday, Feb. 26, during Nation Beat’s 2020 Winter Tour.  

The group consists of five members: Scott Kettner (drums/percussion/bandleader), Joe Co...

Coastal Carolina University has a Coastal Sea Turtle Club that has been active on campus since the fall of 2012.  

The club offers a range of activities each year, from teaching children about sea turtles to performing hands-on projects. During...

February 21, 2020

It was a freezing, bitter morning and despite wearing a thermal tee, a jean jacket, a wool-lined bomber jacket, and the thickest pair of socks I owned, the wind still felt as if it was blowing right through me. The wind chill was unbearable.  

Despite the near-free...

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