“Even today, you can still go through the South, down little country roads and see mobile homes with mailboxes that say ‘Tara’ on them,” said Harlan Greene, the head of special collections at the College of Charleston’s Addlestone Library, in reference to the sprawling, idealized plantation the O’Hara family calls home in the film. Read […]
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The theme is “Building Partnerships to Support Youth of Promise,” and features a keynote address from Freeman A. Hrabowski, III, one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World, according to Time Magazine.
Taylor Wilson ’13, the first hire at Charleston-based startup Job Market Maker, offers advice for current students to shape their careers in college.
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.
Alisa Long (2000-03), Sara Davis (2001-04), Cole Dawley (2007-10), Sarah Havel (2008-11), Elyse Chubb (2008-11) and Darcy Dorton (2012-13) were all formally introduced in to the 25-person Wall of Fame.
Team takes first-place finish at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) show hosted by Georgia Southern.
After claiming both the regular season and CAA Tournament titles in 2013, College of Charleston volleyball opens their 2014 conference slate against the Towson Tigers.
Ran Dank, the new director of piano studies and artistic director of the International Piano Series, will open the series with his debut performance on Sept. 30.
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.
College of Charleston Friends of the Library will host S.C. Gwynne, author of “Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion, and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson,” at 6 p.m. on Oct. 1, 2014, in Alumni Hall, Randolph Hall.
Timur Kuran will discuss the the impact of the Middle East’s traditional institutions on poor political performance. The event takes place at 6 p.m. on Sept. 30, 2014, in Wells Fargo Auditorium.
This is the 10th consecutive year, the Department of Hispanic Studies has hosted a series of events to commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month.
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.”
Worse, its fluffy “fur” is almost irresistible for young children to touch, and the fur is actually bristles of stinging spines. The bristles are so distinct the larva also is called the woolly slug. The sting is severe enough to have caused rashes and swelling among several children in Eastern states this month, according to […]
Ask College of Charleston students what it was about their campus visit that drew them to the school, and you might hear something like, “They had me at the Cistern.” Hollywood couldn’t conjure a more storybook backdrop for a Southern college than this grand grassy yard (named for the oval cistern at its center), shaded […]