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Equestrians Earn 25th Trip to IHSA Nationals

Equestrians Earn 25th Trip to IHSA Nationals

The College will compete in the IHSA Nationals, collegiate riding’s pinnacle competition, in April at the Eastern States Exposition Center in West Springfield, Massachusetts.

C of C In the News: Week of March 30, 2015

C of C In the News: Week of March 30, 2015

Check out this weekly round up of the top news articles featuring College of Charleston faculty, staff, students or alumni.

College Has Record Number of Fulbright Applicants

College Has Record Number of Fulbright Applicants

This year, a record 14 College of Charleston students applied to study in countries such as Thailand and Guatemala as part of the Fulbright program. Eight are finalists.

Wise Named CAA Player of the Week

Wise Named CAA Player of the Week

Wise batted .500 with two doubles, a triple, a homer, eight runs scored in College of Charleston’s last four games.

Cougars take on Towson in CAA Opening Baseball Series

Cougars take on Towson in CAA Opening Baseball Series

The three game series will be held at Patriots Point March 20-21, 2015. Double header has now been added on Saturday.

GOP’s early 2016 front-runners meet uncertain SC voters

GOP’s early 2016 front-runners meet uncertain SC voters

Political science professor Kendra Stewart discusses how South Carolina voters have not embraced the 2016 presidential field…yet.   Read more of The State story.

Math Majors Make Sum Sense of March Madness

Math Majors Make Sum Sense of March Madness

College of Charleston students try to “crack the code” on the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament.

Haley, Republican lawmakers take off the gloves in budget fight

Haley, Republican lawmakers take off the gloves in budget fight

Political Science Professor Gibbs Knotts talks about the fighting in the South Carolina Statehouse.  Read more of the Post and Courier Story.

Bolden Named CAA Defensive Player of the Year

Bolden Named CAA Defensive Player of the Year

Bre Bolden lead the Cougars in points, rebounds, steals and minutes played for the season.

MBA Programs Where Most Students Get Jobs

MBA Programs Where Most Students Get Jobs

College of Charleston’s MBA program was ranked as one of the best in the nation when it comes to graduates finding jobs after receiving their degrees.  Read more of the US News and World Report story.