Charleston Southern University sophomore basketball player Kelvin Martin is featured in today’s Post and Courier. Martin’s father, U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Paul Martin, was among the dozens of people wounded at Fort Hood on Nov. 5 when 13 were killed in a massacre that stunned the nation … read the story
Lee Strobel, the New York Times best-selling author, spoke to Charleston Southern University faculty, staff and students at Convocation Wednesday morning.
If you missed it, you can listen to the streaming audio encore here (download on iTunes) …
You can find out more about Lee Strobel at LeeStrobel.com.
Five-time WNBA All-Star and two-time gold medalist Tamika Catchings will speak at Charleston Southern University on Wednesday, November 18 in the Lightsey Chapel Auditorium at 11am.
We caught up with her by phone this week. You can listen to the streaming podcast or download it through iTunes …
You can find out more about Tamika’s Catch the Stars Foundation online at Catchin24.com.
Did you know Charleston County ranks fourth in the state with 416 homeless people or families?
According to the South Carolina Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), 4,664 men, women and children are considered “homeless” in South Carolina.
Now you have a chance to do something.
On Tuesday, November 17, Charleston Southern University students can help feed the homeless. It’s simple, too. Students with a meal plan through Aramark can swipe their meal card in front of the CSU cafeteria or Edwards Express and donate their lunch to Celebration Station, a North Charleston homeless shelter.
The effort is part of a campuswide service project by CSU and Americorps Campus Compact to create awareness and support for the homeless across the Lowcountry.