In this week’s installment: The future of the Confederate flag in South Carolina, the vice president talk surrounding Gov. Nikki Haley, race relations in Charleston, and a history of Civil War monuments.
Archive for November, 2011
Performances are December 5 and 6 in Theatre 220.
The one-hour political program will feature an interview with presidential candidate Newt Gingrich and South Carolina Congressman Tim Scott.
Offices will reopen and classes will resume on Monday, November 28.
The College of Charleston opened an economic development office to provide academic and business services for Lowcountry companies, the college said. “In the past, the college has often responded in a piecemeal fashion to the requests and needs of the business community,” said college president George Benson in a news release. “With the new office, […]
“That’s a clear positive sign,” said Frank Hefner, an economist with the College of Charleston. “That’s a good indicator of what’s coming down the pipeline.” http://www.thestate.com/2011/11/23/2056525/sc-jobs-rebound.html#ixzz1eXPBPtxt
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Dr. Karen A. Chandler of the College of Charleston, who founded the Initiative with McCray in 2003, reflects on McCray’s contributions. “What is so cool and so meaningful is how he embodied two entities: a researcher and historian who wanted to preserve jazz history and a great advocate of the music. Jack wanted everybody to […]
The College of Charleston has launched an Office of Economic Development and promoted its lobbyist and former Board of Trustees chairman to run it. The office will work with local businesses to promote economic development in the Lowcountry, and with the college’s academic programs to assist them in better preparing students for jobs, school leaders […]