Homecoming 2015, “Forever Teal,” runs from Sunday, Sept. 27, to Saturday, Oct. 3, with many events that culminate with the Chanticleer football game against Alabama A&M.
Four Coastal Carolina University design students won the first “Carolina Design Clash” in a collegiate design competition with East Carolina University on Sept. 25 and 26.
Country singer/songwriter Lee Brice will perform at Coastal Carolina University’s HTC Center on Friday, Oct. 16, at 7:15 p.m. Tickets are on sale at ticketreturn.com.
“A Song of Peace” will be presented on Sunday, Oct. 4, at 4 p.m. in Wheelwright Auditorium, featuring the CCU Concert and Chamber choirs, as well as the choirs from Carolina Forest High School as special guests.
“Spring Awakening: A Musical,” a Tony award-winning production, will be presented by CCU’s Department of Theatre from Thursday, Sept. 17, to Saturday, Oct. 3, at the 79th Avenue Theatre.
Middle East expert Samih Baalbaki will be the featured speaker for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute’s (OLLI) fundraising dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 6.
Todd Buchholz, economist and former White House senior economic adviser for former President George H.W. Bush, is the keynote speaker for the 18th Annual Economic Growth Summit, set for Wednesday, Oct. 14
At its regular meeting Oct. 2, the Board of Trustees of Coastal Carolina University approved two new degree programs and voted to move ahead with preliminary plans for expanding Brooks Stadium.
Coastal Carolina University Emergency Management continues to monitor the weather and the potential for flooding this weekend.
Due to the current weather system and the weekend rain forecast, the Department of Athletics will adjust its entire home schedule for Saturday (Oct. 3), which includes the sports of women's soccer, football and volleyball.