Senior project turns into new CCU Community outreach
Nicole Slatky, a 21-year-old communication major, adopted her first family for Thanksgiving as a student at South Plainfield High School, in...
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CCU hosts Chinese educational delegation
A delegation of top administrators from 11 Chinese universities recently visited Coastal Carolina University to discuss expanding study abroad...
CCU board takes measures to avoid tuition increase
At its quarterly meeting Oct. 11, Coastal Carolina University’s Board of Trustees approved a motion to request an additional $3 million in...
Coastal Carolina has significant impact on state economy
The economic impact of Coastal Carolina University on South Carolina was near $498 million in 2012, according to a study just released by the...
CCU crowns a new Miss Coastal Carolina University
Shannon Pierson, a sophomore biology major from Phoenix, Ariz., was crowned the 2013 Miss Coastal Carolina University on Sunday, Oct. 27, in...
The graveyard shift can be a long 12 hours for a public safety officer at Coastal Carolina University. Between the hours of 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., CCU Public Safety officers patrol the campuses of CCU and Horry Georgetown Technical College. These officers move through the night, keeping CCU safe, patrolling from Singleton Ridge to the intersection of U.S. 501 and S.C. 544.
Because these officers are not often seen by the day dwellers, it can be a thankless job. But these knights of the...