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Baseball Star Gardner Praised by New York Times

Baseball Star Gardner Praised by New York Times

The New York Times called Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner the “the kind of player who makes everyone in an organization happy.”

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.

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.

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.    

Charleston chamber optimistic about 2015-16 in economic forecast

Charleston chamber optimistic about 2015-16 in economic forecast

College of Charleston economist Frank Hefner released the 2015-2016 economic outlook forecast.  Read more in the CRBJ.

Anti-Jewish attacks in Europe: Keep it in perspective

Anti-Jewish attacks in Europe: Keep it in perspective

Editor’s note: Ruth Ellen Gruber is the Distinguished Visiting Chair in Jewish Studies at the College of Charleston, and the author of Virtually Jewish: Reinventing Jewish Culture in Europe. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely hers. CHARLESTON, South Carolina (CNN) — Thirty years or so ago, the synagogue in Washington DC where I […]

Planners of Black History Museum in SC seek public input

Planners of Black History Museum in SC seek public input

Bernard Powers, a historian from the College of Charleston, is the head of the program committee. Read more of the Associated Press story.

CofC professor conveys storm surge threat with simulator

CofC professor conveys storm surge threat with simulator

“You would say OK, we expect a storm surge of 15 feet, but what does that mean?” said Lee Lindner, Associate Professor of Atmospheric Physics at the College of Charleston. Read more of the WCIV Story.

Growing population putting more pressure on South Carolina’s roads

Growing population putting more pressure on South Carolina’s roads

“Basically we’re doing very little,” said Kent Gourdin, director of the Global Logistics and Transportation Program at the College of Charleston. “This is a big and wide open problem and we’re kind of dinking around it.” Read more of the Post and Courier story.

Special Report: What’s in your water?

Special Report: What’s in your water?

“The water is only as good as the source water that you are getting and we get water from a pretty good source,” said College of Charleston Assistant Professor Dr. Vijay Vulava. Read more of the WCIV story.