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Academic Year Kicks Off with Prayer First

08/26/15 - For the last several years, Charleston Southern has started the academic year with Prayer First. Read More »

CSU welcomes record number of students

08/20/15 - As the new academic year begins at Charleston Southern University, faculty and staff are preparing to welcome a record number of students. Read More »

Singleton honored during Yankees Hope Week

08/17/15 - Charleston Southern University student-athlete Chris Singleton appeared on the NBC Today Show to tell his story. Read More »

Singleton to be a guest on NBC's Today Show on Monday morning

08/14/15 - Chris Singleton, a sophomore baseball player at Charleston Southern, will be an in-studio guest on Monday (Aug. 17) on the Today Show. Singleton will appear live during the 9 a.m.-10 a.m. hour on NBC’s award-winning morning show. Read More »

Welcoming Faith into the Science Classroom

08/12/15 - Charleston Southern University professor Dr. Jamie Probin led a discussion on integrating faith in the sciences. Probin said we need both science and religion if we are to fully worship God. Read More »

Twins Separated at Freshman Year

08/11/15 - The longest identical twins, Rachel and Megan Illsley, have been apart was 10 days a year ago when Rachel went out of the country on a mission trip, and Megan stayed at home. Read More »

Dunbar, interns honored by Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

08/10/15 - Charleston Southern University computer science major DeJean Dunbar honored at Newberry Hall, Aiken, S.C., where Savannah River Nuclear Solutions officials met with and thanked the interns for their contributions. Read More »

Winning globally starts regionally

08/10/15 - Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Bryan Derreberry said the tri-county region economic condition is healthy. Read More »

Letter to A College Freshman

08/03/15 - I am going to give you twelve pieces of advice that will keep you in school, in good health, and on the path to a four-year graduation instead of a six or more year stay at your alma mater. Read More »

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CSU students receive Gavalas-Kolanko Foundation scholarships
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