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Author Archive: Ron Menchaca

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Food Activist and Author Raj Patel to Speak at the College April 8

Food Activist and Author Raj Patel to Speak at the College April 8

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.

Congratulations to the 2015 ExCEL Award Recipients

Congratulations to the 2015 ExCEL Award Recipients

More than 30 students, staff, faculty and community members were honored for their commitment to creating a campus environment that promotes diversity and excellence.

Godfrey Gibbison Can Conquer It All

Godfrey Gibbison Can Conquer It All

The dean of the College’s new School of Professional Studies has been taking on challenges all his life.

Anthropology Professor ‘Dr. O’ Honors Famous Grandfather’s Legacy

Anthropology Professor ‘Dr. O’ Honors Famous Grandfather’s Legacy

College of Charleston adjunct professor of anthropology Ade Ofunniyin, grandson of the late Charleston blacksmith Philip Simmons, has been named one of CHARLIE magazine’s “50 Most Progressive.”

Cougar Nation Shows its Pride

Cougar Nation Shows its Pride

See photos of the College of Charleston community decked out in maroon and white for Can’t Hide the Pride Day!

A St. Patrick’s Day Toast to Great Irish Poets

A St. Patrick’s Day Toast to Great Irish Poets

English professor Joe Kelly once shared a pint of Guinness with Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney, whose poem “When All The Others Were Away at Mass” was recently voted Ireland’s favorite poem of the last 100 years.

Celebrating Pi is Not Square

Celebrating Pi is Not Square

College of Charleston mathematics professors explain why this year’s decimal Pi Day on March 14, 2015, is especially, well, round.

College’s MBA Program Among Nation’s Best for Graduates Quickly Landing Jobs

College’s MBA Program Among Nation’s Best for Graduates Quickly Landing Jobs

The MBA Program is among the Top 10 nationally for having the highest percentage of full-time graduates who were employed three months after graduating.

Family Ties: Branin Siblings Make College of Charleston Home

Family Ties: Branin Siblings Make College of Charleston Home

Cougar Basketball helped bring the close-knit Branin siblings – Pat, Carter and Tim – together at the College.

President McConnell Discusses Future of Higher Ed

President McConnell Discusses Future of Higher Ed

President McConnell highlighted the College’s role in supplying graduates to serve the Charleston region’s growing high-tech economy.