POLITICO will be on campus to host political forums devoted to energy and the economy as part of the College’s Bully Pulpit Series.
Archive for May, 2010
College returns to NCAA Division I Baseball Championship for the first time since 2006.
Team’s second championship in five years.
The Spoleto Festival USA kicks off today, and so does regional radio coverage of the event. Spoleto Today takes you behind the scenes of the 2010 Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto festivals to chat with Spoleto Fest Director Nigel Redden, S.C. icon Pat Conroy, College of Charleston Choral Director Rob Taylor – and perhaps offer a […]
Bierbauer said Haley’s campaign has handled the situation well, if Folks’ claim is false. But Brian McGee, chair of the communications department at the College of Charleston, said that a candidate trying to win the perception war should “demonstrate as much transparency as humanly possible,” including voluntarily turning over telephone, e-mail and other records if […]
Team is looking for first national title since 2006
1. The College of Charleston, established in 1770, is a major university whose more than 12,000 students attend classes at the downtown campus, in the George Street area. Take a 75-minute walking tour of campus with a student tour guide. You’ll learn about life there, as well as the history behind some of the buildings […]
Professor Lou Burnett attended a Senate hearing on the oil spill and provides expert commentary.
College of Charleston political scientist Jeri Cabot said infidelity is “the only way to really attack a female candidate,” but there is no real data studying how voters react to allegations of female infidelity. Cabot said Haley could win over voters because she appears confident and true to her ideology even in the face of […]
College of Charleston political analyst Dr. Jeri Cabot, “That’s bad news for Haley is that it’s paired with the Mark Sanford story. It’s hard for her to avoid that because she’s of the same ideology as Governor Sanford, and she’s been endorsed by Jenny Sanford.“ Cabot says right now, it’s too soon to tell how […]
But College of Charleston political scientist Jeri Cabot says the names are important, especially if they help the candidates reach a runoff. http://www2.counton2.com/cbd/news/local/article/some_say_well-known_names_wont_pursuade_vote/140405/