Columbia International University Counseling Professor Dr. Seth Scott writes that in our culture today, we tend to think of the heart as the home of our emotions, sending chalky-tasting heart-shaped candies to one another to express our...
Abby Carlson says she loves serving people. The sophomore Teacher Education major was among a large segment of the Columbia International University student body who bagged 40,000 pounds of potatoes during a community service day at CIU.
The other driver suddenly veered across the center line and rammed into his car at a high rate of speed. He survived, but barely. Every day since that 1996 crash, debilitating pain has been his constant, uninvited companion.
Columbia International University students celebrated Spirit Week Nov. 1-4 with four unique dress-up themes. On Day 1 there were Epic Movie characters roaming the campus including Teenage Mutant... Read More
A businessman and attorney from the Myrtle Beach area of South Carolina has been elected to the Columbia International University Board of Trustees. Ross M. "Buddy" Lindsay is the owner of Lindsay... Read More
By Bob HolmesTawa Saune grew up in Lima, Peru. He is Quechua – an indigenous people who descended from the ancient Incas. His father is from the mountains, his mother from the jungle. And Laura, “... Read More
Columbia International University is #6 among South Carolina colleges and universities in the annual rankings published by the website StateUniversity.com. That’s up one position from last year’s... Read More
Students at Columbia International University commemorated Authority of Scripture Week on campus with a public reading of the Bible in four days from Oct. 25 to Oct. 28. The Authority of Scripture... Read More
Homecoming 2011 at Columbia International University is set for Nov. 3-5. The theme for this year is “Faith Forward” focusing on CIU’s strategic five-year plan for the future. The acronym FORWARD... Read More
Columbia International University Professor Dr. Warren Larson is often called on for his expertise when it comes to issues related to Islam. Two recent hot topics have brought Larson into the news on... Read More
Should faith inform our vote? That was the question being probed by Columbia TV station WLTX recently. South Carolina is an early presidential primary state, so many South Carolinians are already ... Read More
As Columbia International University gears up for intercollegiate athletics for the first time in its 88-year history, the school has hired its first men’s and women’s cross country coach. Judson “... Read More
By Jacob Given,CIU Student Writer and Bob HolmesThe Columbia International University campus map calls the men’s housing unit that was renovated over the summer, West Residence Hall. Matt Densky, an... Read More
“I heard that (CIU) professors interact with the students and are involved in their lives. Now I’ve seen it for myself and am captivated by it.”That was the reaction from a high school junior at... Read More
The former director of the South Carolina Department of Corrections joined the president of Columbia International University for a television interview to talk about the impact of the CIU Prison... Read More