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Irishmania at the College of Charleston No Minor Thing

Irishmania at the College of Charleston No Minor Thing

The College announces its new minor in Irish and Irish American Studies.

College of Charleston Magazine Is on Its Way

College of Charleston Magazine Is on Its Way

The spring 2015 issue of College of Charleston Magazine is landing in mailboxes this week.

Equestrians Earn 25th Trip to IHSA Nationals

Equestrians Earn 25th Trip to IHSA Nationals

The College will compete in the IHSA Nationals, collegiate riding’s pinnacle competition, in April at the Eastern States Exposition Center in West Springfield, Massachusetts.

C of C In the News: Week of March 30, 2015

C of C In the News: Week of March 30, 2015

Check out this weekly round up of the top news articles featuring College of Charleston faculty, staff, students or alumni.

30th Annual Young Contemporaries Exhibition Opening

30th Annual Young Contemporaries Exhibition Opening

The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Arts presents the 2015 Young Contemporaries juried exhibition’s opening reception and awards ceremony, 5 to 7 p.m., April 3, 2015.

The Man, the Myth, the Shark

The Man, the Myth, the Shark

Graduate alum David Shiffman took on the Discovery Channel (with a little help from his friends) – and he won.

Godfrey Gibbison Can Conquer It All

Godfrey Gibbison Can Conquer It All

The dean of the College’s new School of Professional Studies has been taking on challenges all his life.

7 Tips to Help You Own the Cooper River Bridge Run

7 Tips to Help You Own the Cooper River Bridge Run

College of Charleston experts offer tips for runners in the Cooper River Bridge Run.

Baseball Star Gardner Praised by New York Times

Baseball Star Gardner Praised by New York Times

The New York Times called Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner the “the kind of player who makes everyone in an organization happy.”

College Has Record Number of Fulbright Applicants

College Has Record Number of Fulbright Applicants

This year, a record 14 College of Charleston students applied to study in countries such as Thailand and Guatemala as part of the Fulbright program. Eight are finalists.