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 June, 2010
The College is leading a two-day institute designed to help Charleston County schools expand their learning time.
Worldview often defines individual’s spirituality (op/ed) One of the great challenges in the study of world religions is the problem of terminology and basic concepts. It is far easier to define fundamental concepts within a single tradition, such as “religion” as defined within Christianity, as compared with defining that concept across multiple traditio Lee Irwin […]
Chris Fragile is one of two professors nationwide to receive the grant.
“Conceivably, there are a lot of good buying opportunities right now, but there’s uncertainty and risk and a lot of reasons why people aren’t jumping in,” said College of Charleston economist Frank Hefner, who called the current interest rates “a lifetime opportunity.” http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2010/jun/25/mortgage-rates-fall-to-historic-lows/
Department of Theatre Professor Joy Vandervort-Cobb has entered an audition video for her proposed show, “Authentic Joy.”
Election cycles rife with ambiguous, difficult-to-prove claims and damning personal attacks may make for good entertainment, but it fails to inform the voters, says a communications professor and political analyst from the College of Charleston. “I’ve never seen a primary season quite like this one where all the candidates are talking about marital infidelity with […]
The district — which stretches along South Carolina’s Coast and includes Fort Sumter, the site of the first military clash of the Civil War — “is a Republican seat,” said Brian McGee, a professor at the College of Charleston with an expertise in political communication. http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-06-22/tim-scott-black-republican-nominated-for-house-seat.html
“She did a very good job showing herself as an independent decision maker,” says College of Charleston political science professor Jeri Cabot. “But it’s such an uphill battle against DeMint.” http://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/charleston/supporters-drafting-ketner-to-challenge-demint-and-alvine-greene/Content?oid=2087340
“I think the 49 1/2 -percent figure that Nikki Haley garnered is a pretty clear indication that the people of South Carolina want to focus on the key issues,” said Romney, appearing with Haley at the College of Charleston Friday, a few feet from a marble plaque celebrating the education of the “sons and daughters” […]
Cash says she’s still undecided. But 53-year-old Mickey McGuire has no such worries. She had just seen Haley speak at the College of Charleston. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=127940927