CCU scientists travel on Atlantis to study oil in ocean
While most of us were carving our Thanksgiving birds, Coastal Carolina University's marine scientists Rich Viso and Rick Peterson were aboard...
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CCU announces first Beach Music Hall of Fame inductees, songs
Coastal Carolina University will host the first-ever Beach Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Eight legendary beach music artists and 10...
Summer hours announced
Beginning on May 9 and continuing through August 12, summer hours will be as follows:
Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with one...
COHFA faculty receive awards
The following faculty members in the College of Humanities and Fine Arts have been awarded funding in the 2010-2011 Dean’s Fund for Scholarship...
Ash Wednesday services set for Lackey Chapel
Three Ash Wednesday services will be held on Wednesday, March 9 at the Ronald D. Lackey Chapel.
Father Andrew Trapp of St. Michael's...
Stephanie Freeman collects things – glass rabbit figures, soda cans, magnets from around the world. Her office is strewn with everything from an 18-year-old chocolate bunny to an array of dead potted plants.
But Freeman doesn’t seek these treasures out on her own – they’re given to her by the faculty, staff and students of Coastal Carolina University.
Freeman, an administrative specialist in the Department of History, came to the University 17 years ago. She arrived on campus two...