“Broken Land/Still Lives,” an exhibit of photographs by Eliot Dudik depicting locations and exploring themes related to the American Civil War, is on display at the Rebecca Randall Bryan Art Gallery.
A CCU marine science professor and student are leading a study to determine how various levels of light affect the movement of hatchling sea turtles in the Myrtle Beach area.
The Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association recently presented CCU with an award as the Chanticleers once again achieved the highest single-year academic progress rate among Big South Conference football programs.
Ben Wheeler, who just completed his senior season as a member of the Coastal Carolina men’s golf team, was named Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar, the Golf Coaches Association of America announced.
Coastal Carolina Men's Basketball will embark on a truly unique experience this August as the Chanticleers become the first NCAA Division I team to visit and play basketball games in Cuba.
An afternoon of readings and presentations highlighting Athenaeum Press projects is planned for Aug. 1 at Seacoast Artists Gallery in Market Common.
CCU’s School of Coastal and Marine System Science (CMSS) team is deploying its meteorological and oceanographic instrumentation buoy to evaluate the potential for wind energy development off South Carolina’s coast.
Coastal Carolina University will begin offering an undergraduate certificate program in sustainability this fall after receiving approval from the South Carolina Commission of Higher Education.
Coastal Carolina University’s World Percussion Ensemble recently won the World Percussion Ensemble Showcase Competition sponsored by the Percussive Arts Society.