The College will be the site of mayoral debates for Charleston and North Charleston on Oct. 14.
CofC In the News
In this week’s installment: a business professor discusses crime and casinos; a political science professor looks at attitudes concerning development; a view on problems in Africa; and a preview of the new Gaillard Center.
In this week’s installment: a political science professor discusses Charleston’s mayoral race; a preview of the upcoming Tech Startup Boot Camp; and a marine biologist talks about problems facing marine life.
In this week’s installment: a political science professor talks about political personalities; a look at public perceptions concerning hurricanes; and coverage of the College’s “Ties that Bind” program.
In this week’s installment: a review of Hector Qirko’s new CD; a preview of an upcoming series on race; and a look at how a new gift will help advance research at Dixie Plantation.
Over 50 new professors and other professionals join the College of Charleston’s faculty for 2015.
In this week’s installment: A pop-up concert by Darius Rucker brings excitement to campus; a look at the latest Halsey exhibit; an economist talks about the wild week on Wall Street.
In this week’s installment: College of Charleston students make a huge discovery; a political science professor talks about a larger presidential field; C-SPAN features two College of Charleston professors; a discussion of big sharks; and one astronomer’s look at our expanding universe.
In this week’s installment: a look at a new Halsey exhibit; a political science professor looks at laws for lobbyists; a preview of the College’s newest dining hall.
This is the 12th year in a row that the College of Charleston has been honored by the Princeton Review.