VISTA workers teach CCU students the joys of volunteering On any given day, Katie Zahm and Deana Lewis might be found planning a volunteer event on campus, encouraging students to get involved with community
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'A single Rose can be my garden...' When Rosemary Barra came in for her interview for the administrative assistant position, she was greeted with “Oh, it’s Rose!” After six years in Charlotte, N.C., Barra had finally returned to Coastal Carolina University, her alma mater and the place she calls home.
Although Barra was born in Long Island, N.Y., she considers Conway her hometown. Before graduating from CCU as an English major, she was a student worker in the Department of English as well as a lifeguard. After graduating,