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The LIFE Program, along with Coastal Carolina University student-athletes, participated in a Night to Shine on Feb. 7.  

Night to Shine is a prom night for individuals with special needs from ages 14 and older. The Tim Tebow Foundation organizes the event, which is why athletes attend as volunteers. The Rock Church in Conway hosted Night to Shine for...

This year, Martin Luther King Jr. Day was celebrated for a week at Coastal Carolina University. 

There was a “Wall of Change” in each academic building where students wrote inspiring words for others, teach-ins were held to educate participants of how much of an impact MLK made, and a Night of the Arts event was held, followed by a keynote address by Simeon Daise....

On Oct. 6, 2019, Colleges Against Cancer held a reveal in the courtyard of the Lib Jackson Student Union (LJSU) to announce the theme for Relay for Life next semester. 

The Relay for Life theme is “Ignite the Fight!” The reveal was shown through a video made and cast by the leadership team. The theme is centered around the Summer Olympics, taking place in 2020. 

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The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is a new organization on CCU’s campus. This organizations grants students the opportunity to grow and learn more about engineering.  

Bernard “Bernie” Williams, president of NSBE, is a senior computer science major who had a lot to say about the organization.  

“I enjoy being a part of NSBE...

At 9 years old, Isaac Bailey’s life took a horrific turn.  

Bailey watched as his hero, his older brother, was carried away in handcuffs. On Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019, The Charles Joyner Institute for Gullah and African Diaspora studies brought Bailey to Coastal Carolina University to speak on the link between crime and social acceptance within the black communi...

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