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Communication professor Mike Lee’s new book examines conservative political thought in post-World War II America. Learn which books still influence GOP politics and what Lee thinks of the party’s chances to reclaim the White House in 2016.
Social media isn’t just social anymore. Professors are requiring it in class assignments and they’ve found it is a great outlet for introverted students, a better way to communicate and more.
As part of the project, known as Know2, some of the nation’s experts in mindset growth projects and creating an environment of college success will be in Charleston on July 30-31, 2014 for the Know2 Conference.
Zachary Hanson ’10 and Diogo Duarte ’08 launched Fidelity Network app, or FiNe, and offer tips for aspiring entrepreneurs. One tip: don’t schedule a meeting just to ask an investor for money.
Katka Lapelosová ’08 travels the globe, works from home (or wherever in the world she happens to be), and produces social media content about, well, traveling.
In his new book, Quinn Burke, assistant professor of education technology, says computer programming is a foundational skill that should be taught alongside English, history and math.
As Republicans and Democrats make plans for their parties’ 2016 national conventions, College of Charleston alumnus Geoff Yost ’12 looks back on his brush with this all-important American political tradition.
Experts Comment on the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Believe it will Continue to Enchant and Attract Fans
Two College of Charleston experts comment on the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, which expanded to a new park July 8, 2014.
Alumnus Nathan Frandino ’10 got his start writing for the College’s student newspaper. Now he’s a producer for Reuters TV and just returned from covering the World Cup in Brazil.