Chantfit, CCU’s new fitness initiative, is a winner
Coastal Carolina University’s new fitness initiative, Chantfit, is drawing to a close on March 8, and everyone involved with the program is...
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Suspect in custody in CCU shooting
A Conway man has surrendered to authorities in connection with the shooting death of a Coastal Carolina University student Tuesday...
Swimming lessons available to the community at CCU
Registration is now open for the American Red Cross swimming lessons program at the Williams-Brice Recreation Center on the Coastal Carolina...
Glaze appointed Clark Chair at CCU
Eliza Glaze has been named the second Clark Chair in History at Coastal Carolina University effective August 2013. The Clark Chair was...
CCU welcomes the University of Comoros
Seven delegates from the University of Comoros visited Coastal Carolina University Feb. 1 to 3. The delegates were escorted by U.S. Department...
Whitney Comer, director of the Office Student Activities and Leadership (OSAL), may have the best and the busiest job on campus, and that’s no accident.
“When I first got here, the goals were to increase the activities and the leadership opportunities for students,” she says. ”We have enough activities; now let’s start creating some traditions.”
Comer and her staff have been busy establishing or maintaining a litany of traditions at Coastal Carolina University: Teal Tuesdays,...