Fall is approaching fast which means there is talk in the fashion world about what people will be wearing this upcoming season. Due to the gradual reopening of the world, these fall trends are here to make a statement and a grand entrance back to our in-person society. Fashion magazine, Vogue, said, “… our bets are on a period of rebellious personal style and a rebirth of subcultures.” Lilac/ lavender is the new brown this season! Photo courtesy // Pinterest Photo courtesy //
You either love them or hate them; regardless, everyone has something to say about masks. Vaccinated Coastal Carolina University (CCU) students were given an option to wear masks per an email sent from the Dean of students on Aug. 13. Unfortunately, this was short-lived when all Coastal students woke up on the first day of classes to another email that completely changed the campus mask ordinance. The email sent from CCU President Michael Benson said, “All individuals, regard
College can be tough and intimidating, especially when entering your first-year semester and you do not know entirely what to expect. I have been reflecting a lot on my past four years at Coastal Carolina University as I begin my final semester. Here are some tips to help you make the most out of your college experience. 1. Get involved: One of my favorite parts of my CCU experience was writing for The Chanticleer. Getting involved in organizations on campus will help you ma
Welcome back, students and faculty! Let us look back on these past few months and reflect on what has happened around campus while you all have been away. 1. TimelyCare Over the summer, Coastal launched a new telehealth service for all CCU students called TimelyCare. "TimelyCare is 24/7, no-cost telehealth services for students to address common conditions that can be safely diagnosed and treated remotely," said the TimelyCare website. "All you need is an internet connection.