Raj Patel will discuss his book, “The Value of Nothing: How to Reshape Market Society and Redefine Democracy,” in a free event on April 8, 2015 at 5:30.
Archive for September, 2012
The annual Dash for Trash will take place on October 20 at 10 a.m.
“It’s a very vulnerable coastline from Little River down,” said Scott Harris, associate professor of geology and environmental geosciences at the College of Charleston geologist who has researched landscape evolution and shoreline dynamics. “The only reason we realize there’s a problem is because people live on the coast.” http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/2012/09/21/3072339/sc-coastline-more-vulnerable-23.html#storylink=misearch
College of Charleston sailing team is benefitting from “sport-specific” workouts tailored by a trainer- Charleston Post and Courier
I had my stereotype of sailors blown to the wind last week. My limited experience with sailing and sailors gave me the impression that they didn’t really have to be in great shape. After all, I’ve known way too many sailors who had pot bellies and used rum and cigarettes as their performance-enhancing drugs. At […]
For one weekend, it will be all archaeology, all the time at the College of Charleston. The first Archaeology Month Celebration will include demonstrations by primitive technologists, free artifact identification, lectures, and displays. http://beachcarolina.com/2012/09/26/cofc-hosts-archaeology-event-with-demonstrations-artifact-identification/
Ready to rock? The College of Charleston is hosting a ‘Rock the Vote’ event from noon to 2pm outside the Physicians Auditorium by the Cistern on Thursday afternoon. “Aside from the importance of voting for anybody to have your opinions and voices heard, I think especially the college demographic is important because it is their first time,” […]
E. Neville Isdell will present “The 21st Century Corporation: How capitalism needs to evolve in an era of greater social accountability” on October 5.
Harvey Mudd. The University of Richmond. The College of Charleston. Elon. They may be unfamiliar names to many, but according to Marjorie Hansen Shaevitz, a college admissions counselor and the author of “Admission Possible: The Dare to Be Yourself Guide for Getting Into the Best Colleges,” they are all examples of schools that “have suddenly come […]
Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival brings 13 films and four directors to Charleston- Charleston Post and Courier
The festival, which runs Thursday-Sunday, has become increasingly popular and able to attract more cinematic talent each year, said Giovanna De Luca, festival director and professor of Italian and cinema at the College of Charleston. Read full article.