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Atheneun Newsletter Vol. 9 Issue 8 August 2017

CCU faculty and staff are going to the dogs and cats... Read more

Parking regulations reminder... Read more

Rock ’n’ roll prof is a new chair with a new book... Read more

Conner: 6 universities in 7 days... Read more

Alumna starts Worn and Branded NYC... Read more

Critters coming to Conway from CCU... Read more

Giving birth to 'The Chanticleer'... Read more

CCU names new dean of University College... Read more

CCU staffer selected for national campus card course... Read more

Award-winning artist brings ‘snap line’ exhibit to CCU for the summer... Read more

Learn to make stable decisions at estate planning series... Read more

CCU president announces administrative changes... Read more

I Spy: Jessica Martin is Kimbel Library’s super hero... Read more

Cows rule the day at Chik-Fil-A... Read more

Construction transforms Brooks Stadium... Read more

Albergotti's 'Things to do' poem is public art in Charlotte... Read more

Feel the Teal: Make sure you are having effective student-employee conversations... Read more

Coastal Carolina names new chief financial officer... Read more

Local businesses invited to share services with CCU students at community fair... Read more

Oakley joins the CCU Office for Philanthropy... Read more

Women's golf ranked nationally in the classroom... Read more

Six Chanticleers lacrosse players named to intercollegiate honor roll... Read more

Venus flytrap expert is CCU summer commencement speaker... Read more

‘Hot Talk 99.5’ FM WRNN becomes flagship radio station of Chanticleer Athletics... Read more

New solar charging stations are popping up at CCU... Read more

Giving birth to 'The Chanticleer'... Read more

Betsch Baby born and doing well... Read more

CCU faculty members marry... Read more

CCU’s first Gilman Scholar will study in Japan... Read more

CCU programs to shed light on upcoming eclipse... Read more

CCU trustees approve master’s program in communication... Read more

Commencement speaker advises graduates to take time for nature... Read more