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, and work she performs. The mindset is to make CCU the cleanest as possible, so more people will...

August 26, 2020

A Myrtle Beach tourist attraction, Broadway at the Beach, has opened their doors to a new business known as Social Coffee Shop.  

Social Coffee opened on March 13, 2020, but the next day were told they had to shut down due to COVID-19. The shop stayed open for a week, but with no business coming in they were forced to close. The business re...

April 26, 2020

Big corporations and chain restaurants have faced setbacks due to COVID-19, but they’re not struggling like our local businesses are.  

Restaurants such as Golden Corral, Outback Steakhouse, and Red Robin have all been affected during recent weeks. They have migrated to online orders and curbside pickup, still ensuring a plentiful profit for the...

April 16, 2020

Canals are clear for the first time in years and people can finally see their cities blue skies, due to COVID-19.  

COVID-19 has led people to dwell on negative thoughts lately, but there have been drastic positive improvements in the environment. 

In Venice, Italy, a popular mode of transportation through the canals of the city is by boat. Due to the...

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 Correia (sousaphone), Mark Collins (trumpet), Paul Carlon (tenor sax/arrangements) and Tom McHugh (...

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