Code like a girl

Code like a girl

On April 18, Swedish pop star Robyn headlined the Tekla Festival in Stockholm, Sweden, a daylong event aimed at giving …

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Studying abroad in the Middle East: An illusion of impact?

Studying abroad in the Middle East: An illusion of impact?

Studying abroad has become a norm; no longer does having international experience set you apart from the competition in the …

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BOUNDLESS: A multifaceted fundraising organization

BOUNDLESS: A multifaceted fundraising organization

As you drive into Charleston from I-26, billboards lining the road advertise the College of Charleston’s BOUNDLESS campaign, often displaying …

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Breaking the binary in a transitioning America

Breaking the binary in a transitioning America

On June 9, 2014, actress Laverne Cox became the first openly transgender person to be featured on the cover of …

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Outré Mode: Joie de vivre!

Outré Mode: Joie de vivre!

Once upon a time, three best friends made their dream of owning a fashion, lifestyle and beauty blog come true. …

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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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Summer Bucket List

Summer Bucket List

Are you one of the lucky folks staying in Charleston this summer? If so, you should take advantage of that …

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Koch on campus: Determining fact from fiction

Koch on campus: Determining fact from fiction

Have you ever used Dixie Cups? Brawny Paper towels?  You were probably unaware that the company behind the most common …

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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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Miscellany launches 35th issue with release celebration

Miscellany launches 35th issue with release celebration

On Thursday, Miscellany, the College’s student run literary and art journal, unveiled its 2015 issue. Marking the 35th annual release, …

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China vs. the USA: Is Our Internet Really Free?

China vs. the USA: Is Our Internet Really Free?

A Google search of Mao Zedong will yield different results in Charleston than it will in Beijing. China’s censorship of …

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