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At least once a week, Charleston residents short on cash can count on washing their clothes free of charge at Laundry Matters, a Reid Street laundromat tucked next to a
Three new Charleston City Council members will be sworn in Tuesday after being elected in November to represent parts of West Ashley and James Island.
Citadel freshman C.J. Walker admitted to some nervousness before he made his "elevator pitch" at the school's Bulldog Business Bowl.
Mitchell Lee used to sneak his guitar into the Citadel and play in the barracks. That led to his cadet friend recommending an open mic night in town at the
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Brig. Gen. David Wilson returned to his alma mater to celebrate the achievement of becoming the first African-American active duty Citadel alumnus to reach the general officer ranks.
Austin Gray has always been inquisitive. Now as an adult, that same curiosity has led him to pursue a PhD in environmental health science at UNCG.
While working on his master’s degree at The Citadel in international politics and military affairs, Christian Simon was surrounded by military personnel at the Charleston, S.C. college. “In my program…