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The Most RACES Show on Earth! comes to Charleston Music Hall

The Most RACES Show on Earth! comes to Charleston Music Hall

The Most RACES Show on Earth! is coming to Charleston Music Hall this Saturday night. And no, you did not …

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Rucker sings the sun down and pumps the crowd up with his passionate hometown pride

Rucker sings the sun down and pumps the crowd up with his passionate hometown pride

Charleston native and renowned country music phenom Darius Rucker surprised us all with this cryptic tweet on Tuesday afternoon: “Can’t …

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Rucker rocks the Cistern (like a wagon wheel) with free tickets

Rucker rocks the Cistern (like a wagon wheel) with free tickets

Hundreds of students snaked around the Cistern this morning, not for any CofC festivities gracing the first week of class, …

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College of Charleston student activists fight racism in wake of Emanuel shooting

College of Charleston student activists fight racism in wake of Emanuel shooting

Destiny Dahl knew the melody by heart. Like most of us, she had heard the song hundreds of times. But …

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Banjo-B-Que show preview: Top picks

Banjo-B-Que show preview: Top picks

You might not have heard of Banjo-B-Que before, but if not, that’s about to change. The Augusta-based music festival that …

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Charleston Miracle League: A grandslam for the lowcountry

Charleston Miracle League: A grandslam for the lowcountry

Miracles can come in many forms. For college students, miracles can be defined as passing a difficult class or making …

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Delicious, decadent and divine: Dessert Downtown

Delicious, decadent and divine: Dessert Downtown

As a staff, we decided it was of utmost importance to bring food writing back into our magazine. Everyone loves …

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Breaking Boundaries with Upward Bound

Breaking Boundaries with Upward Bound

Raven Ware intends to join the FBI. Standing a tall five-foot-five, she seems modest for her accomplishments and wise for …

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Clothing Swap Brings Sustainable Shopping To Campus

Clothing Swap Brings Sustainable Shopping To Campus

Instead of putting away winter clothes in preparation for the upcoming sweltering summer, the Office of Sustainability urged students to …

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Right on pointe and pitch: Students showcase talents at Spoleto Festival

Right on pointe and pitch: Students showcase talents at Spoleto Festival

Each summer, Charleston hosts one of the largest arts festivals in the nation: Spoleto. A special treat for the past …

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Emily Torchiana: Taking off the mask

Emily Torchiana: Taking off the mask

Emily Torchiana is a sophomore at College of Charleston. She was recently re-elected as the secretary of Student Government on …

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Emily Hoisington on loss, hope and community

Emily Hoisington on loss, hope and community

Emily Hoisington expected her life to change when she came to the College of Charleston. She expected new friends, new …

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