Tag Archive: United States

Residence Halls got a little too trashy, called for change in policy

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By Megan Robinson The Carolinian An email sent to Palmetto and Magnolia House residents last month, stated that the two dorms could no longer use the buildings’ trash chutes, effective immediately. The ban… Continue reading

“Midnight Pillow” premieres this week

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian The Shoestring Players will perform director Stephen Unwin’s “Midnight Pillow” this week. A Shakespearean production calls for an exploration of young lovers’ relationships, and “Midnight Pillow” is no… Continue reading

Erika’s recap: Week eight of Dancing with the Stars, “Trio Night”

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By Erika Hollis The Carolinian I loved the music and how they used the troupe and eliminated professionals in the dance. They had returning celebrities dancing, too. After they introduced the couples, the… Continue reading

OPINION: Like father, like son

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By Andrew Becker The Carolinian “What is the son but an extension of the father?” –Frank Herbert (“Dune”) Our words say a lot about us – how could they not? – and our… Continue reading

Students, organizations brought together at Upstate Pride SC March & Festival

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By Katelynn Aldrich The Carolinian Love and joy filled downtown Spartanburg last weekend as friends and families gathered for the Ninth Annual Upstate Pride SC March & Festival celebration at Barnet Park. The… Continue reading

Students invited to on-campus DACA discussion Wednesday

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By Lucy McElroy Editor The Hispanic Awareness Association (HAA) is hosting a discussion Wednesday about President Donald Trump’s rescinding of an Obama-era policy, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Students are welcomed to… Continue reading