Besides being downright hilarious, Colbert’s exit will leave a vacuum for young people searching for alternative political news, says Jordan Ragusa, a political scientist at the College of Charleston. “Frankly, politics is absurd,” Ragusa said. “And sometimes the best way to combat absurdity is with more absurdity. But also satire has a way of cutting […]
John Bruns, director of the College of Charleston’s Film Studies Program, ranks his favorite Top 10 Christmas movies, and explains why they’re so great.
In need of a steamy page-turner? A number of College alumni and employees are among the hottest romance writers in America.
The College of Charleston announced the first class of Market Process Scholars, three students recognized for exceptional academics and interest in economics.
The TECHFIT Showcase features exergames created by local elementary students with the help of College of Charleston professors and a $1.2 million NSF grant.
Schedule includes four teams who finished the 2014 spring season ranked in the top-50 of the ITA rankings.
This is a chance to meet local alumni chapter leaders and get an inside look into Boundless, the College of Charleston’s Comprehensive Campaign.
Held every four years, the Games are one of the most important sports events in the Central American and Caribbean region.
The idea of peace on Earth can be just that – an idea you write off among more pressing priorities. But to Professor Reba Parker, peace is something else entirely.
Likening pop music to Applebee’s food and folk music to a recipe that’s been passed down from generation to generation, music professor Robert Taylor cooks up delectable performances.
Communication professor Vince Benigni says NCAA should look at a six-team playoff to find a true national champion team.
No matter what your major is, sociology professor Tracy Burkett says all students should understand the connections between individuals, groups and society.
Held in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jealous’ talk takes place at 7 p.m. in Sottile Theatre. The event is free and open to the public.
The College’s Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program partners with community organizations to host the 10th-annual Chanukah in the Square event Dec 21, 2014.
The exhibition, “Sweetgrass: A Living Legacy of Family and Community,” features baskets made by various African and African American artists in the 20th and 21st centuries.
College of Charleston music professor Robert Taylor and his wife, Mary, direct the very popular performance of A Celtic Christmas. This year’s show is a 7:30 p.m. on December 15, 2014.
GLENN McCONNELL, still not that far removed from being arguably the most powerful person in state government, has dropped by to assure me that he is not building a new empire for himself at the College of Charleston. Read more of The State story.
“Boeing, clearly, that’s a big step up in terms of people working in manufacturing,” said Frank Hefner, an economist at the College of Charleston. “It puts the area on the radar in terms of site location.” Read more of the Post and Courier story.