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Archive for June, 2011

Graduate Students Find Oldest Bonnethead Shark in Nation

Graduate Students Find Oldest Bonnethead Shark in Nation

Bryan Fraizer ’00 and David Shiffman ’11 (M.S.) direct aged a 17-year-old bonnethead.

30 June 2011 | 10:09 am 0 Comments Read More →
Aldrich to Participate in College Home Run Derby

Aldrich to Participate in College Home Run Derby

The TD Ameritrade College Home Run Derby will be televised nationally on CBS on Sunday, July 3 at 2 p.m.

29 June 2011 | 2:12 pm 0 Comments Read More →
College’s Police Chief Named President of IACLEA

College’s Police Chief Named President of IACLEA

College of Charleston Police Chief Paul Verrecchia is the 2011-2012 President of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA). Verrecchia is joined on the Board of Directors by law enforcement administrators from U.S. institutions including Stanford University, Florida State University, and Rice University, as well as administrators from Canada and Bermuda.

29 June 2011 | 10:23 am 0 Comments Read More →
Andrew Goudelock Will Play in the NBA

Andrew Goudelock Will Play in the NBA

The Los Angeles Lakers drafted Goudelock in the second round of the NBA draft.

24 June 2011 | 9:41 am 0 Comments Read More →
Sand Volleyball Added as Varsity Sport

Sand Volleyball Added as Varsity Sport

Competition will begin in spring 2012 in Mt. Pleasant.

24 June 2011 | 9:06 am 0 Comments Read More →
Students Explore Anti-Cancer Agents and Paleography

Students Explore Anti-Cancer Agents and Paleography

More than 30 student-mentor teams are conducting research this summer.

23 June 2011 | 3:15 pm 0 Comments Read More →
Board of Trustees Recognizes Andrew Goudelock

Board of Trustees Recognizes Andrew Goudelock

Goudelock will participate in the 2011 NBA Draft.

23 June 2011 | 2:09 pm 0 Comments Read More →
Holding the line on tuition – The Post and Courier

Holding the line on tuition – The Post and Courier

Rising prices inevitably force tough financial choices. And the steep climb in college tuition, a rise that began long before this year’s upward spike in gas and food prices, has required many students to choose between large loans and lowering their educational sights. So it was gratifying to see the College of Charleston Board of […]

21 June 2011 | 1:26 pm Read More →
A Black Cultural Tradition and Its Unlikely Keepers – New York Times

A Black Cultural Tradition and Its Unlikely Keepers – New York Times

“The greatest success we can have is in some way to have saved the music and given it back to black people,” said Edward Hart, 45, a music professor at the College of Charleston and a second-generation member of the society. “It’s their music.” http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/18/us/18religion.html

21 June 2011 | 1:25 pm Read More →
Turtles strand with skin diseases – The Post and Courier

Turtles strand with skin diseases – The Post and Courier

The open, oozing flesh of a few of the sea turtles brought in to the aquarium “is a gruesome-looking thing,” says David Owens, College of Charleston biology professor who specializes in sea turtles and advises the hospital. It’s most likely a combination of stresses are responsible for the apparent, unusual spike in turtles stranded with […]

21 June 2011 | 1:24 pm Read More →