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Featured Events

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, β€œThe Value of Nothing: How to Reshape Market Society and Redefine Democracy,” in a free event on April 8, 2015 at 5:30.

African American Studies Program Hosts Lecture on Student Activism in the Civil Rights Movement

African American Studies Program Hosts Lecture on Student Activism in the Civil Rights Movement

The College’s African American Studies Program will host a lecture on black student activism in the Civil Rights Movement at 6 p.m. on April 9, 2015.

Wounded Warrior Sailing Regatta Coming to the College of Charleston

Wounded Warrior Sailing Regatta Coming to the College of Charleston

Veterans are encouraged to try out their sea legs and enjoy the thrills and tranquility of sailing.

Pianist McDermott to Cap College’s Piano Series

Pianist McDermott to Cap College’s Piano Series

The regular Spoleto Festival USA performer will also host a master class at the College that is open to the public.

30th Annual Young Contemporaries Exhibition Opening

30th Annual Young Contemporaries Exhibition Opening

The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Arts presents the 2015 Young Contemporaries juried exhibition’s opening reception and awards ceremony, 5 to 7 p.m., April 3, 2015.

Around the World in Just Three Hours

Around the World in Just Three Hours

The School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs is hosting its annual World Cultures Fair on March 26, 2015, in the Stern Center Garden, 71 George St.

Calling all Self-Portrait Artists, It’s Time to Draw!

Calling all Self-Portrait Artists, It’s Time to Draw!

Grad student Nancy Cooper is encouraging all Charleston residents to try their hand at self-portraiture.

Welcome Accepted Students – It’s Your Weekend

Welcome Accepted Students – It’s Your Weekend

On March 19 and 20, about 1,000 students and their families from all around the U.S. will visit the College of Charleston.

African Studies Program to Co-Host Benefit Concert for Doctors Without Borders

African Studies Program to Co-Host Benefit Concert for Doctors Without Borders

The African Studies Program will co-sponsor a benefit concert for Doctors Without Borders featuring the Sierra Leone Refugee All Stars.

It’s Adam Smith Week! Hip, Hip Hooray for the Invisible Hand!

It’s Adam Smith Week! Hip, Hip Hooray for the Invisible Hand!

The College is offering a week-long series of activities celebrating and exploring the concepts and contributions of Adam Smith, an 18th century philosopher and pioneer in political economy.