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Archive for April, 2012

College Names Dean of North Campus

College Names Dean of North Campus

Godfrey Gibbison’s appointment becomes effective on July 1, 2012.

Edgar Allan Poe Expert Comments on “The Raven”

Edgar Allan Poe Expert Comments on “The Raven”

English Professor Scott Peeples is an internationally recognized Poe scholar – he got an early screening of the new film.

Sand Volleyball Travels To AVCA National Championships

Sand Volleyball Travels To AVCA National Championships

College is one of four teams selected for the national championships.

Halsey Institute Receives Statewide Award

Halsey Institute Receives Statewide Award

Palmetto Portraits Project is the winner of one of 10 Notable State Document Awards.

Professor Presents First Exercise Research of its Kind

Professor Presents First Exercise Research of its Kind

Tim Scheett was part of a team that determined customized mouthguards can provide a faster recovery for athletes following workouts.

Final Exams – More than Just a Test

Final Exams – More than Just a Test

Students will be presenting scientific posters and writing grant proposals for their imaginary theatre companies.

College Hosts Largest U.S. Italian Studies Conference

College Hosts Largest U.S. Italian Studies Conference

John Dickie’s keynote speech on May 4 at 5:30 p.m. is open to the public.

Women’s Tennis Team Wins Southern Conference

Women’s Tennis Team Wins Southern Conference

For the fourth-straight year, the Cougars win the title.

Cougars Claim Southern Conference Men’s Tennis Title

Cougars Claim Southern Conference Men’s Tennis Title

Team earns the league’s automatic NCAA Tournament bid.

Princeton Review names College of Charleston professor Martin Jones among the top 300 professors in nation- Charleston Post and Courier

Princeton Review names College of Charleston professor Martin Jones among the top 300 professors in nation- Charleston Post and Courier

Last year, someone broke into the Cannon Street home of Martin Jones, but it wasn’t a big deal to the popular College of Charleston math professor. “The guy, I assume it was a guy, smashed the door down, turned on a light, looked around — there was no TV, no stereo, no computer, there was […]