Archive for January, 2013
“There can’t be anyone in the district who doesn’t know who he is,” says College of Charleston political scientist Gibbs Knotts. Given the large field, however, it’s unlikely that Sanford can carry a majority of the vote, according to Knotts. That matters, because if no one wins a majority in the March 19 primary, the […]
Boeing joins Michelin in online professional development training.
Packed schedule of STEM activities before women’s basketball game.
A $1 million pledge to the College of Charleston will help the Jewish Studies Center open a vegetarian dining facility. “This generous gift is a testament to the transformational impact of the Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program on our campus and in the community,” says College of Charleston President P. George Benson. “We are extremely grateful […]
“He probably will have to apologize at public functions and then talk about what he’s learned about himself,” said Jeri Cabot, a political scientist from The College of Charleston. “It’s still going to be an issue because you’re asking people for their vote.” http://www.oregonlive.com/today/index.ssf/2013/01/former_south_carolina_gov_mark.html
Gibbs Knotts, chairman of the political science department at the College of Charleston, said the district’s conservatism is a factor. “We’re in a conservative district in a very conservative state,” Knotts said. “It’s not just economic conservatism … but there are also a high number of socially conservative voters. It may be very difficult for […]
So it all comes down to the meaning of “vary.” Some experts say the language is clever and passes muster. “I suspect this passes Constitutional scrutiny,” writes Jordan Ragusa, associate professor of political science at the College of Charleston, at the Rule 22 congressional politics blog. http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/DC-Decoder/2013/0123/House-passes-no-budget-no-pay-bill-but-is-it-unconstitutional?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter