OP/ED by College of Charleston Political Science Professor Jordan Ragusa It didn’t take them long, did it? Just a few days into the 114th Congress, Republicans in the House passed not one, but two bills to undo elements of the Affordable Care Act. Read more of the CSM article
Cougar PAWWS, or Parents and Alumni Working With Students, ensure that accepted students feel welcome at the College before they even enroll.
After completing the Call Me MISTER Program and earning a degree in 2014, Josh Hall began his teaching career at Flowertown Elementary in Summerville, S.C.
To accommodate more students and families, a third commencement ceremony in the historic Cistern Yard will be added, starting in May 2015. The College has also modified the rules for participation in the spring ceremony.
The Higdon Leadership Center’s programs, including Leadership CofC and Dance Marathon, directly touch 500 to 700 students each year and close to 200 indirectly.
Highlighted by a seven-day excursion to Nicaragua, the College of Charleston sand volleyball team has released its 2015 schedule, as announced by head coach Jason Kepner.
The team captured the CAA Baseball Championship and advanced to the NCAA Super Regionals in 2014 and the league’s coaches think they can do it again.
Former College of Charleston men’s basketball star is one of 24 athletes who will take the court representing eight different nations including the U.S., Turkey, Montenegro, Australia, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Puerto Rico and Croatia.
Charleston will be one of 12 programs competing in semifinals of UDA College Nationals, the most prestigious college cheerleading and dance team championship in the country.
Elaine Worzala is researching sustainability issues in the commercial real estate industry. The results could have a positive impact on the environment and the bottom line.
English Professor Scott Peeples, one of the nation’s leading scholars on Edgar Allan Poe, assesses Poe’s impact on Charleston and American literature in time for the author’s birthday (January 19).
Political science professor Chris Day weighs in on the attack in an op-ed first published in the Post and Courier.
Find out how College of Charleston health and human performance professor Wes Dudgeon’s career began with college basketball and why you might want to invest in a laser…
Learn about computer graphics and 3D animation techniques from industry and academic leaders at these free seminars hosted by the Department of Computer Science.
Students are invited to find out what’s in the giant box in Addlestone Library on Jan 22, 2015 at 5:45 p.m. The event will include food, drinks and a DJ.
The College of Charleston Theater presents bizarre comic play ‘Blithe Spirit.’ The play will run from February 12-17, 2015.
Truth is, both Baltimore and Boston have well-established ties to Poe. In the spirit of impartiality, let’s ask Scott Peeples, chair of the English department at the College of Charleston in South Carolina and author of “The Afterlife of Edgar Allan Poe”: Who has the better claim to E.A. Poe and his legacy? Read more […]
CNN, for example, broadcast on the campus of the College of Charleston, giving exposure the school otherwise wouldn’t see. The backdrop presented “a view of the college as a place not just for history and the beaches but also showed us to be a destination for national politics,” said Jimmie Foster Jr., the college’s assistant […]