The lecture on Oct. 9 will center on free market environmentalism, while the lecture on Oct. 14 will revolve around individual liberty.
Archive for January, 2011
Benson spoke about the College’s accessibility and affordability.
Karen Chandler is the recipient of an individual award from the South Carolina African American Heritage Commission.
Marion Busby, Claudia Fann and Natalie Seel will be added to the Hall of Fame in February.
They gathered on a rainy night, smart phones, pizza and sodas in hand, to watch President Barack Obama and reflect on the State of the Union. You might call it pizza and the prez as about a dozen students from the College of Charleston gathered in a spacious meeting room on the campus for a […]
Governor Haley’s future working class looked for the good and the bad in her first State of the State address. The students in Kendra Stewart’s graduate level political science class discussed what they heard, what they didn’t hear and what South Carolina needs to hear more of. http://www2.counton2.com/news/2011/jan/20/governor-haleys-future-working-class-reacts-state–ar-1366285/
College student Josh Schmidt dismissed all the talk of newfound civility. He gathered with about a dozen other students in a meeting room at the College of Charleston in Charleston, S.C., to eat pizza and take in the president’s speech. The 19-year-old said this so-called new spirit of compromise, if it really exists, wouldn’t last […]
A newly donated copy of the College of Charleston’s first yearbook makes one thing perfectly clear: The all-male student body in 1917 liked to have a good time. Receiving a suede-covered copy of “The Maroon and White” was a boon for the college, said Karen Jones, director of alumni communication. The school had only one […]
FYE Learning Community prompts student to appear on national television.