CCU's scientists spend summer on geophysical survey
While spending a month on a ship alongside the barrier island of Fire Island, N.Y., might sound like a glamorous vacation, it's really just...
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Coastal Carolina University graduates largest class
A total of 934 students participated in Coastal Carolina University's commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 7 at Brooks Stadium. A total of...
10 Orientation sessions coming up this summer
Orientation is the most important part of the summer for new freshmen and transfers. Orientation crowds can total 800 people. Here are the...
Faculty Senate elects new officers
Keshav Jagannathan, associate professor of mathematics and statistics, has been elected the new chair of Faculty Senate.
Sanders to lead Jackson Family Center
Sara Sanders has agreed to become the new director of the Jackson Family Center for Values and Ethics for 2011-2012.
Sanders will replace...
Phillip Moore likes to remind people that the students who get into trouble aren't criminals at all; rather, they are young people who sometimes – like many of us – make bad choices or mistakes.
"When they make a mistake or show bad judgment, we try to steer them back on the path to graduation," says Moore, who is major of operations in the Department of Public Safety at Coastal Carolina University. "We try to minimize the impact of that occasional bad choice, and I think we do that...