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 […]
Program will focus on integrative research that spans the areas of genomics, bioinformatics, data mining, data science, molecular biology and evolution.
College of Charleston weigh in on how realistic the Netflix series is, and why exactly you can’t stop watching.
College of Charleston students are stepping outside their comfort zones for spring break 2015 to explore new communities and social issues through Alternative Spring Break.
The Cougars set a combined six school records and 25 top ten finishes.
Ober was the NCBWA Freshman Pitcher of the Year last year after posting a 10-3 record and 1.52 ERA to lead all NCAA freshmen pitchers.
Team takes the two-day sweep of a Two Hunt Seat Intercollegiate Horse Show Association over the weekend.
Math faculty member Derrick Niederman has had 20 crossword puzzles published in the New York Times. But, he hasn’t stopped there…
Jewish studies professor Adam Mendelsohn offers insight. His new book on the subject won the top prize in the National Jewish Book Awards.
The height of Charleston’s tourism season kicks off at an unexpected time of year. Business professor Bing Pan discusses the events that drive visitors to the Holy City.
Professor of African American history Mari Crabtree will give a talk on March 11, 2015, titled “My Soul is a Witness: Theorizing Racial Violence with the Blues.”
A special exhibit celebrating South Carolina history will be on display at the Addlestone Library March 2, 2015 through the end of the spring semester.
Academic presentations and a “meet and greet” highlight events on February 25, 2015.
Following the free screening, reproductive justice experts, including Deborah Billings, producer of of ‘Las Libres,’ will be available for a Q&A session.
Bernard Powers, a historian from the College of Charleston, is the head of the program committee. Read more of the Associated Press story.
“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.