“Political campaigns are incredibly organized,” said College of Charleston political scientist Jordan Ragusa. “I don’t think it’s an accident that Christie’s first stop is in Charleston, where he’s likely to find a higher volume of moderate Republicans.” Read more of the Post and Courier article
Physics professor Joe Carson and biology major Hannah Wilson are part of a research team that invented a digital imaging tool that can help diagnose cancerous lesions.
College of Charleston Communication Professors Vince Benigni and Laurie Lattimore-Volkmann have words of wisdom for the troubled National Football League.
The Welcome Back Picnic is the third largest zero waste event held by the College. Other zero waste events include A Charleston Affair and Bluegrass and Brunch during Family Weekend.
For 40 years, scores of preschoolers have come to the College looking for the same thing as their older campus peers: a place to be intellectually stimulated while enjoying the company of curious classmates.
The 2015 slate features banner games with schools out of the SEC, Big Ten, ACC and CAA.
The season officially kicks off Nov. 14 when the Cougars head to Kennesaw State. The College’s season home opener takes place on Nov. 16 against UNC Greensboro.
Increase your Cougar Basketball I.Q. with these tidbits about the new College of Charleston coach.
The new coach said his goal it to fill every seat in TD Arena and to honor the basketball program’s spirit of competitiveness that he admired growing up in the Lowcountry.
When companies want to know if their employees are abusing Internet privileges at work, they call an expert like Chen-Huei Chou, an associate professor in the Department of Supply Chain and Information Management.
College of Charleston instructor Max Kovalov’s European Studies capstone course is heavily influenced by current events that hit close to home for Kovalov.
Lei Jin has become a go-to expert on all aspects of Chinese culture in Charleston. She has organized a Chinese Moon Festival event to celebrate the extra-large-looking moon on September 9, 2014.
Hispanic Studies professor Michael Gómez explains the interest in nineteenth century Spanish literature and the journal Decimonónica.
Ambassador Hermano Telles Ribeiro, Consul General of Brazil in Atlanta, will speak at the College of Charleston on Sept. 22, 2014.
The College of Charleston Friends of the Library Fall 2014 Authors’ Series will feature a public lecture by author Virginia Beach on Sept. 23, 2014. Beach is the author of “Rice and Ducks: The Surprising Convergence that Saved the Carolina Lowcountry.”
A panel of experts will discuss how U.S. cities like Charleston can best accommodate the migration of more people into urban areas in a sustainable way.
T.J. Miller and Thomas Middleditch, who both star in HBO’s Emmy-nominated series “Silicon Valley,” will perform a comedy show in Sottile Theatre on Sept. 18, 2014.
To hear Barney Holt tell it, the once isolated Dixie Plantation is poised to “explode” with students wandering the 881-acre Hollywood property. That follows a concerted effort by the College of Charleston to improve the plantation so that college and grade-school students can experience what Holt, director of property management for the College of Charleston […]
“Does he understand the consequences of his actions? That is a huge part of what we’re talking about,” said Denis Keyes, a College of Charleston special education professor who studies mental competency of suspects; he isn’t involved in the Hernandez case. If Hernandez behaves and thinks more like a child than an adult, Keyes said, […]