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CSU Offers Study-Abroad Internships in Mexico

October 31, 2016

Written by Sam Sachs   Columbus State University’s study abroad program to Cuernavaca, Mexico has been in use for 22 years. Since its founding, hundreds of students have had the chance to immerse themselves in the culture of Mexico and in the Spani...

DIY Halloween Treats Recipes

October 30, 2016

Written by Destiny Trivino   If you have a Halloween party coming up or (or are just feeling spooky), here are some DIY Halloween treats you can make for you and your guests.   Mummy Dogs To make these cute little hot dogs, you will need a pa...

TOUR DE CHOW:The Culinary Escapade of EPI© Restaurant

October 24, 2016

Written by Scottie DeClue  EPI© restaurant was my second home once– my second family. I experienced the début of the first menu, which featured dishes the likes of which I’d never seen before. I trained under a sommelier– our savant of ...

Shaving Heads, Saving Lives

October 14, 2016

Written by Tieanna Graphenreed   The DJ found his home in front of the clock tower, the brick columns on either side framing large speakers blaring the best (or worst, depending on who you ask) hits of the decade at a window rattling decib...

‘Way Down Film Fest’ to Debut at Springer Oct. 21-22

October 13, 2016

Written by Jacquelyn DeLauder     This October, the inaugural Way Down Film Festival (WDFF) kicks off on the main stage of the Springer Opera House. Founders Stacy Cunningham, Jacy Jenkins, and Cora King are striving to infuse Columbu...

Schwob Students Learn from New York Professor Through Disklavier “Remote Piano”

October 12, 2016

Written by Toni Stauffer       The inaugural Schwob School of Music Remote Lesson occurred without a hitch on Monday, October 10.    The event was the second of five classes from the master class series sponsored by Yamaha, wh...

TOP 5: Unique and Unexpected CSU Classes

September 28, 2016

Written by Kayla Jarrett   Who says college classes can’t be fun, or even thrilling? Columbus State University offers a few unique and unexpected classes that may capture your interest, and have you running to a computer to register. Okay, ...

Arts Spotlight: Julianna Wells (Painting)

September 28, 2016

Written by Elaine Hoffmeister   Let me paint a picture for you: Julianna Wells, age 21 and a senior art studio major who loves what she’s doing. “Painting is my life, and I am thankful I am able to pursue it every day. I p...

Arts Spotlight: Amanda Black (Theatre)

September 28, 2016

Written by Elaine Hoffmeister   Enter Amanda Black, stage left, a 24-year-old senior theatre major with a passion for performance and playwriting. She decided to pursue theatre at Columbus State University after ta...

Arts Spotlight: Stephen Clayton (Music)

September 28, 2016

Written by Elaine Hoffmeister   The hills are alive with talent from CSU’s music program. One remarkable young man who embodies the hard work and discipline of a musician is Stephen Clayton, 21, a senior music performance major. His instrum...

Amelia Quinn Inspires Students at First-Year Convocation

September 14, 2016

Written by Taylor White     The First Year Convocation is an annual assembly for first year students at CSU with the purpose of welcoming students to college life. The theme this year encouraged students to find new ways to help their com...

Celebrating Progress at the 18th Annual Columbus LGBT Pride Festival

September 13, 2016

Written by Toni Stauffer   The moment I got out of the car, I knew my friends and I were in the right place. Strung across the front of Friendship Hall at Flat Rock Park was a line of colorful flags, saved for years from previous Pride Festival...

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