Coastal Carolina University students and faculty will soon have the opportunity to expand their research to a 16,000 acre property nestled on the coast near Georgetown. Both universities entered into an agreement with the Belle W. Baruch Foundation to create the Belle W. Baruch Institute for South Carolina Studies at Hobcaw Barony.
District numbers show an additional 872 students although they had only projected an increase of 755, with a 45-day ADM of more than 44,000 students, according to Horry County Schools coordinator of planning Joe Burch.
Coastal Carolina University’s cheerleading squad has been suspended after allegations team members worked as strippers and escorts. A criminal investigation reveals some cheerleaders were paid $100 - $1,500 per date.
Meta ViersMcClatchy for the Sun News
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