May 10, 2019

I’ve had many great experiences as a student at Coastal Carolina, and one of the memories that I will cherish the most, is working for The Chanticleer.

As a reporter, it’s been an honor to work with such a helpful and honest organization of editorial staff, writers, and thinkers. Looking back on when I first entered CCU and became a writer, I’ve always made sure of...

April 28, 2019

LinkedIn is a social media network designed for professionals. People use LinkedIn to help develop their careers and network with employers, professionals, or companies.   

On LinkedIn, you network with people by adding them as “connections,” a similar comparison would be sending a friend request on Facebook. By creating an account, you are making your own bra...

April 7, 2019

On March 21, President Trump signed an executive order that promotes free speech on college campuses. In his speech to the press and the conservative political action committee, Trump said that federal funding for universities will be dependent on student’s having free speech at their universities.   

Trump will block federal funding to uni...

November 5, 2018

The Coastal Carolina men’s club hockey team can finally return to their home rink in Wilmington, N.C. after Hurricane Florence shut it down due to power loss.  

“The Wilmington Ice House shut down for eight hours before maintenance could recover the power and refreeze any lost ice.” said rink manager Rick Thomas 

Due to the Wilmington Ice House being shut down, the...

September 11, 2018

Despite a rough start to their season, the Coastal Carolina men’s soccer team have a three-game winning streak on their hands. 

Coastal Carolina men’s soccer opened their season playing against two top 20 teams. The season opener against the UCLA bruins and their second match, against the Georgetown Hoyas. 

The 18th-ranked Chanticleers faced the 17th-ranked Bruins o...

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