Four CCU faculty and student are ArtFields finalists by Mona Prufer
Start planning your road trip to Lake City in April. It’s only about an hour from Conway to the west and directly south of Florence. Your...
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Athenaeum Press announced by Edwards College
The Thomas W. and Robin W. Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts is launching a unique initiative, The Athenaeum Press at Coastal...
'Chasing the Paper Canoe' set for release April 12
“Chasing the Paper Canoe,” the debut book by CCU's new Athenaeum Press, is set for release April 12. The book revisits Nathaniel Bishop’s trip...
Kimbel Library wins access to films, documentaries
Coastal Carolina University’s Kimbel Library was recently awarded a year of free streaming access to the Filmakers Library Online by the...
CCU's business honor society receives top prize
Coastal Carolina University's chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society for collegiate business students, has been named a...
It would seem that Ben Burroughs knows the lay of the land wherever he goes around Horry County. It would also seem that he is always willing to help everyone around. He is director of the Horry County Archives Center at Coastal Carolina University, located in room 220 of Kimbel Library. But his office is located in the Burroughs & Chapin Center for Marine and Wetlands Studies (BCCMWS) on east campus and serves as a place for Burroughs to get work done – analyzing, categorizing and...