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Five College of Charleston professors comment on six surprising ways the Hunger Games series is more realistic than you think.
College of Charleston Honors College alumnus James Hodge Jr. ’89 is presenting “The 2014 Ebola Outbreak: Issues of Law, Policy and Ethics” at 3 p.m. on Nov. 20, 2014.
When these three students in the College of Charleston Honors College stepped back to look at the bigger picture, they not only saw opportunity – they ran with it.
Alumna Elizabeth Williams ’01 credits the liberal arts education she received at the College of Charleston for helping her make it on to Jeopardy!
There are many veterans among the College community, including Marine sniper Andrew Smith ’14. Smith left the College to join the Marines, then returned to school following a deployment in Afghanistan and a life-threatening injury.
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Center for Humans and Nature to Host ‘Does Hunting Make Us Human?’ Event
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology and the Center for Humans and Nature will host “Does Hunting Make Us Human” event November 7, 2014.
Students in Professor Jordan Ragusa’s Congress are forecasting all 36 U.S. Senate elections. Find out why one student said, “I’m absolutely voting this Tuesday.”
Ricky Vimmerstedt ’02 never thought he’d leave the College of Charleston and wind up in Ojai, Calif. as the GM of an organic winery, but his position at Casa Barranca Winery is his dream job.