“Thin”

Most people agree that rainy days are perfect movie days. Make this rainy-day movie one with meaning. Take part in Eating Disorders Awareness Week today by viewing the film, “Thin”. This film is a documentary directed by Lauren Greenfield. In 2006, HBO distributed the film. WIth a running time of about 102 minutes, this documentary explores The Renfrew Center…

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Stand Against Racism

Join the Office of Institutional Diversity in the National Stand Against Racism Monday, April 21 from 11:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. in the Cougar Mall. Stop by and sign the pledge banner to eliminate racism, and you will receive a wristband and some free ice cream. Stand Against Racism is a movement that was initiated by…

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Safe Zone Ally Training

The Office of Multi-Cultural Student Programs and the Safe Zone Committee present Safe Zone Ally Training. There are currently three scheduled trainings coming up at the College of Charleston. This training is designed for individuals on the College of Charleston campus who are interested in learning more about Safe Zone and the opportunity to become…

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Green Bus

The Big Green Bus, a vehicle for change, is coming to Charleston July 14th and 15th. So what exactly is the big deal about a green bus? Well, this 1998 MCI coach bus has been converted to run on waste vegetable oil and is toting 13 Dartmouth College students throughout the country to educate people…

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SOAR 5K

This Saturday, July 9th, is an excellent opportunity to both get some exercise and to be an example for people with special needs. The SOAR (Special Olympics Annual Run) race was created last year with a small group of athletes and coaches who challenged each other to a 5K run on Folly Beach. The race…

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Jazz Artists of Charleston

To me, jazz has always seemed like a type of music situated in a different era.  I never really thought I could relate to it. But, as I have learned throughout life, I need to give things more of a chance.  I have come to find that jazz is lively yet calming, and I have…

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MESSA’s 8K for H2O

The Master of Environmental Studies Student Association (MESSA) is hosting the 9th Annual 8K for H2O on Saturday, February 19. All proceeds from the race benefit Charleston Waterkeeper, a local nonprofit organization working to “preserve and protect the integrity of Charleston’s waterways by defending against pollution and contamination.” The race starts at 9:00 a.m. on…

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