Campus safety officers are making changes after a student petition demanded a list of safety measures that could be implemented on campus, such as more call button lights, better lit walkways, more night patrols, quick responses to calls for rides at night and more cameras in parking lots. A recent crime that was committed close to campus sparked a student-led protest that prompted an ongoing conversation with Coastal’s growing concern of safety on campus. The protest on Nov.
This winter, there will be many holiday activities taking place in the Myrtle Beach and Conway areas. Many of these events recur annually, but this year there are some new additions to the calendar. Nov. 1, 2021 – Jan. 2, 2022: The Carolina Opry Christmas Special This is an annual Christmas show, also known as “The Christmas Show of the South.” You can catch this show at the Carolina Opry Theater which is located at 8901 N Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach. Regular ticket prices
The purpose of this Opinion piece is to amplify the voices of students who are not only black or African American but whose voices often get lost in the process of asking for change when it comes to racial insensitivity at Coastal. This article is not only bringing light to a very clear issue that often goes unreprimanded but is also offering suggestions, given by students who are directly affected. Some students at Coastal Carolina University wonder if they are truly a part
Dozens of students are upset about the return of theatre professor Steven Earnest, who will resume teaching classes in the spring. Earnest was removed from teaching in September after students raised concerns about inappropriate behavior. Earnest and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) said he was removed from teaching because of an email chain. Students said the emails triggered them, but that there’s an indicative pattern of incidents that have been hap
Michael Benson has high aspirations for Coastal Carolina University and the local community. Since Benson became the university’s third president in January, he has had the goal of transitioning Coastal into a school that everyone, including locals, wants to attend for higher education. He noticed early on that the university is a good academic institution and deserves more praise than it is given. “We need to think more highly of ourselves in terms of how good we are,” Benso