Knowing my name is great, but knowing my story is even better.
My Coker Story: December graduate and SCICU McLean Student of the Year Hailey Owens
How Social Work Major Jubilee Smith Came to Leave a Lasting Legacy in the Hartsville Community
Born to Lead
In basketball and in life, senior Eren Moses finds what it takes to be a leader.
“He stayed and patiently helped me understand the lesson to the point where I was the one suggesting it was getting late,” Mack says.
When Briana Lotan talks about musical theatre, she doesn’t have to tell you how much she loves it. One look at the way her face lights up says it clearly enough.
Keeping up with Terrance Hayes
The poet, professor, and MacArthur grant recipient on what it means to follow your bliss
Terrance Hayes '94 is often asked for advice. When you’re an award-winning poet teaching college classes in creative writing, it kind of comes with the territory.
His favorite response is short: “Follow your bliss.” It’s a popular Joseph Campbell quote, and those three simple words really resonate with Hayes. “If you do the thing you love, success will always follow,” he says. “Of course,” he adds, “you’ve got to really love it.”