In this week’s installment: a preview of the College’s new Porgy and Bess exhibit ; the school ranks among the top disability-friendly colleges; the old King George IV Inn is now part of CofC; and more!
Archive for February, 2013
More than 80 students and 13 professors will participate in alternative break experiences.
Nick French will present “Real Estate Valuation: An International Perspective.”
In the highly religious state of South Carolina, a public show of contrition can be a “double-edged” sword, said Gibbs Knotts, chairman of the political science department at South Carolina’s College of Charleston. “You’ve got a high number of fundamentalist Christians in the district, and they’re going to be particularly bothered with some of Sanford’s […]
Man of science, faith Local professor embraces religious, natural worlds- Charleston Post and Courier
Rob Dillon doesn’t fit neatly into the archetypal confines of the glass jars and test tubes that clutter his old-timey science lab at the College of Charleston. Premier snail researcher. First Amendment buff. Devout Christian. Scoutmaster. Former constituent school board member. Choir guy. Genetics professor. NASCAR fan.Tall and lanky, with a splash of mad scientist, […]
The Kick It Forward project includes hosting a business plan competition and giving out micro-finance loans
Seniors Colleen Sullivan and Tiffany Kingston created the Sustainable Greek Initiative.
Free concert will feature the Claflin University Concert Choir and the College of Charleston Gospel Choir.
The Cougar women are ranked No. 7 in the nation.