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Author Archive: Ron Menchaca
Junior business major Greg Keys not only appears in Darius Rucker’s new music video, but he also got to chat with the country music star and meet his family.
In the op-ed, published in newspapers around the state, President McConnell says neglecting maintenance and facility repairs at South Carolina’s public colleges and universities is short-sighted and harms the state’s economy.
School of Business professor Rene Mueller is the recipient of 2015 Howard F. Rudd Jr. Distinguished Faculty Award for Service Leadership.
Everywhere you look, people are taking a stand – especially at the College of Charleston. From Harbor Walk to Randolph Hall, all the way to the School of Professional Studies on the North Campus, staff and faculty are standing up for their health and converting to stand-up desks.
The host of the popular Food Network show Restaurant Impossible got more than he bargained for when he arrived in Summerville, S.C.
On Thursday, April 16, 2015, students from an African American Studies course will collect used books and magazines in Cougar Mall. The materials will be donated to the Charleston County Juvenile Detention Center.
Ansley Pope, a Women’s and Gender Studies major and junior in the College’s Bonner Leader program, has been named one of CHARLIE magazine’s 50 Most Progressive.
The Cougars compete this weekend in St. Petersburg, Fla.
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.