In this week’s installment: The future of the Confederate flag in South Carolina, the vice president talk surrounding Gov. Nikki Haley, race relations in Charleston, and a history of Civil War monuments.
Author Archive: Ron Menchaca
Watch video of a spectacular fireworks display held on July 16, 2005, as part of the celebration for the opening of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge.
James Hodge ’89, a professor of public health law and ethics at Arizona State University, will discuss gun control at a public lecture at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7, 2015.
President McConnell issues a statement in support of Governor Nikki Haley’s call to remove the Confederate soldier’s flag from the South Carolina State House grounds.
The recently completed sensory garden at the College’s N.E. Miles Early Childhood Development Center was created as part of the Farm-to-School Initiative, an educational and outreach program housed at the College and funded by Boeing South Carolina.
Fraternity and sorority members at the College volunteered nearly 33,000 hours with various organizations and raised more than $325,000 for charities during the 2014-15 academic year.
Film director Megan Gural Oepen ’00 won a a Silver Dolphin Award at the Cannes Corporate Film and TV Awards for her creation of a short film for Chick-fil-A.
Education professor Margaret Hagood gives tips on how kids can have fun and stay sharp during the carefree days of summer.
The voice of Jeanette Guinn, visiting assistant professor of arts management, is ubiquitous on South Carolina radio airwaves. You can hear her most days as host of ETV Radio’s Arts Daily.