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Family ties CSU to NCAA tourney

03/14/17 - Charleston Southern University associate head coach, BJ McKie, is more than just mildly interested in this year's NCAA tournament. Not only has McKie's alma mater, the University of South Carolina, make the big dance, but his son, Justin, is a senior guard on the team. Read More >

Larrick reflects on March Madness 20 years later

03/13/17 - Brett Larrick's first memory of Charleston Southern University is the day he signed a letter of intent to play basketball. It was eventful, to say the least. Read More >

State's Top Lawman To Speak at CSU

03/07/17 - South Carolina Law Enforcement Chief, Mark Keel, will speak to CSU students March 20. The Criminal Justice Department has asked Chief Keel to speak about Ethics and Law Enforcement. Read More >

Premier Percussionist

03/01/17 - Charleston Southern University percussion instructor of Instrumental Studies, Dr. Michael Haldeman, has been selected to perform at the SC Day of Percussion, March 25th. Read More >

BlueCross BlueShield makes $1 million donation

02/28/17 - The BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Foundation has awarded a $1,005,902 grant to the Charleston Southern University College of Nursing to be awarded over three years to fund scholarships for nursing students who commit to work in community or home-based settings upon graduation. Read More >

Rising Through the Ranks

02/22/17 - Air Force Captain Letricia Baxley will be promoted to major at a ceremony on the campus of Charleston Southern University. The ceremony will be held on Friday, March 3 at 10 a.m. Read More >

Buc News: 02.20.2017

02/21/17 - Buc News is a student-led campus news broadcast that focuses on campus news, events and sports. Check out the latest episode of the Spring 2017 semester hosted by Ethan Hooper and Shelby Hoovler. Read More >

When Faith and Art Intersect

03/19/17 - Film producer, playwright and author, John Bolin, will interact with CSU students during Arts Week, March 20-24. The former youth pastor will speak in Chapel about "The Thorn," a production he created with his wife, Sarah. Read More >

Mead's Amazing Milestone at CSU

02/15/17 - In 1967, Lyndon B. Johnson was president, a movie ticket cost $1.25, the most popular TV shows were I Love Lucy and I Dream of Jeannie and it was also the year Barbara Mead started working at Charleston Southern University. Read More >

CSU opens new student lounge

02/14/17 - When what was once known as The Charleston Room was repurposed as a new student lounge last fall, some on campus wondered if students would find it useful. The short answer to this point is, absolutely. Read More >