By Bob Holmes
Two Columbia International University students made the nearly seven hour drive from Columbia to Washington, D.C. to participate in the 2018 March for Life on Jan. 19. Sarah Causey and Abby Reamsnyder were among the tens of thousands of people from across the nation protesting the January 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision legalizing abortion.
By Bob Holmes
Beach Loveland calls it an important part of his lifelong pursuit of being the best he can be at roasting coffee. Perhaps we should call him, “Master Beach.”
The Columbia International University alumnus is one of only 97 people in the world who, as of 2017, had earned the certification of “Roast Master” by the Specialty Coffee Association and the only person in the Columbia, South Carolina area with the designation.
The Director of CIU’s School of Business and Professional Studies says that because of the political climate we live in, there may be more government shutdowns in the future.
Dr. Scott Adams made the comments to Columbia TV station WACH FOX 57. Adams was interviewed at CIU’s John R. Cook Jr. Business and Entrepreneurship Center.
Hear Dr. Scott’s comments in this report.
The spring semester at Columbia International University is in full swing with more students in the classroom and more students studying online.
CIU Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing, Silvia Lucaschi-Decker, reports a Spring enrollment increase of over four percent from the 2016-2017 academic year to the 2017-18 academic year.
Columbia International University and Midlands Techical College (MTC) have formalized an agreement that will allow a seamless transition into CIU for MTC students who are pursuing a degree in business management.