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English degrees hold value

Whenever someone finds out I’m an English major, the response is always the same: “What are you going to do with that? Teach?” While it’s an option, it’s not the only one. An English degree can help open opportunities in a variety of fields outside of teaching such as publishing, editing, business and law. Associate Professor Christian Smith, who has a doctorate, said an English degree prepares students for many different things. “Employers are always looking for skills in critical thinking, c

CCU reports record-breaking numbers in freshman class

With a total of 2,518 incoming students, the freshman class of Fall 2021 is the largest in Coastal Carolina University’s history. University administrators said despite record freshman enrollment, the amount of student resources remains unaffected. Vice President for Student Success James Solazzo said the freshman class size should have no negative impacts on the amount of campus resources available to each student. “The good news is financially, no issues. The amount of money we have really

Gun violence takes over America

Shootings seem to be happening more frequently, and happening everywhere. It feels like nowhere is safe. According to CNN News, within the first 21 weeks of 2018 there were 23 school shootings. It’s horrifying and sad that students everywhere have to fear for their lives while trying to get an education. According to CATO Institute, schools are the second-highest risk location. Some students are concerned for their safety here on campus. The new glass building isn’t bulletproof, and it is comp

About Me

I"m a writer and content creator from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. I studied English at Coastal Carolina University where I also worked for The Chanticleer student newspaper.