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Community rallies for climate change awareness

Corryn Brock, News Editor

September 22, 2019

Around the world people are participating in Climate Strike 2019, including people in Charleston. Approximately 70 people attended a rally against climate change at Morton Park Friday evening. David Frye, Earth Wise vice president and senior physical geography major, said he was surprised by the number of people in attendance. “I feel r...

Joyful bubbles, live entertainment lighten up Morton Park, despite weather

Quinn Hussey (left) and Sean Hussey (right) sing at Morton Park Wednesday evening for the Red, White and Blue Days. The two are brothers, natives of Charleston and make up the band

Zoë Donovan, Staff Reporter

July 4, 2019

Family friendly activities and food vendors kicked off the Red, White and Blue Days in Morton Park on Wednesday amid the rainy weather. Most huddled under pavilions and umbrellas as they signed up for raffles and snacked on kettle corn and snow. The park smelled of rain and grass; from the pavilions...

Remainder of Red, White, Blue Days festivities to begin this week

Logan Raschke, Editor-in-Chief

July 3, 2019

People can celebrate Independence Day with the rest of the Charleston community over food, live entertainment, fireworks and more at the rest of the Red, White and Blue Days festivities this week. The rest of the Red, White and Blue Days will take place at Morton Park on Wednesday (July 3) and Thursday...

Annual SACIS walk to support survivors of sexual assault

Staff Report

April 20, 2017

  The fourth annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes will take place 2 p.m. Sunday at Morton Park. “Participants of all ages and genders are invited to don high heels (or wear the comfortable shoes of their choice) in symbolic support of women survivors of sexual abuse,” according to a press release...

Community huddles for women’s rights

Local women hold up signs to protest inequality and show support for immigrants and other minorities during International Women’s Day Wednesday along Lincoln Avenue.

Mallory Kutnick, Campus Reporter

March 8, 2017

Sixty community members gathered at Morton Park Wednesday afternoon to support equality on International Women’s Day. Inspired by the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., the Charleston Women’s Huddle Actions Group has worked since its launch in February to promote women’s rights. The group...

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