October 10, 2017

It seems like nowadays, whenever we turn on the news, some devastating event has occurred. It is never easy to handle devastation, and it is often times a long process. People will say things like, “time will heal the wounds,” “you’ll get through this,” or “get over it.”  

It is easy to say these things when you are not perso...

October 3, 2017

Walking along the streets of Pawleys Island, it is easy to see that it is a community that thrives on the arts. Store windows filled with artwork created by locals.  

Pawleys Island host an annual art festival during the fall season that allows the community to come together and share their love of the arts. This past weekend was the kickoff event fo...

September 28, 2017

It is no secret that dogs are man’s best friend. They are bright creatures that can be easily trained to assist in a number of circumstances.  

Service dogs that are trained to help people with disabilities and while there is no breed or weight restrictions, the dogs must go through training specific to the needs of there owner.  

Training varies...

September 19, 2017

Hurricane season is a time that some of the people who live on the coast of South Carolina keep in the back of their mind constantly, but now it is getting harder to ignore on area beaches.  

Over the past two years, South Carolina has felt the effects from the historic flooding in 2015, Tropical Storm Hermine, Hurricane Matthew and now Tropical...

September 19, 2017

Mary Matalin, a highly-known political contributor, joined the Coastal Carolina University community to talk about the language of politics in the 21st-century. Her expertise comes from her time working under President Ronald Regan and serving as an assistant to George W. Bush. 

Her lecture was based around three words: Populism, polemics a...

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