“He’s not spending money he doesn’t need to spend,” said Gibbs Knotts, a political science professor at the College of Charleston. “Dickerson just doesn’t have the statewide name recognition and doesn’t have the financing.” Read more of the Associated Press story.
College of Charleston senior Alianne Russell and her YouTube channel about the TV show “Pretty Little Liars” recently appeared on an episode of the popular ABC Family teen drama.
Food Day is Friday, October 24, 2014 and the College is part of the Lowcountry Food Day Crawl. The menu features products from seven different local farms.
Why doesn’t anyone hit .400 any more? And why is leather used for baseballs? School of Sciences and Mathematics professors answer these questions and more.
The School of Sciences and Mathematics started the 2014-15 term with $2.5M in grants, partly to support Chemistry & Biochemistry’s student research opportunities.
Four freshmen led the College of Charleston coed sailing team to victory at the North Points #5 regatta hosted by Georgia Tech.
Mikaela Hopkins is a standout not just on the basketball court, but also in both the classroom and the community.
This will be the second-straight fall the Cougars will have been invited to one of women’s college golf’s premier events.
College of Charleston Marine Biology Professor Jack DiTullio and Research Associate Peter Lee are studying how changes in the marine environment affect earth’s climate.
College of Charleston geology professor Barbara Beckingham shares her expertise on microplastics, an increasingly significant environmental threat
Charleston’s population is growing exponentially, which has prompted a recent transportation study and proposed city-wide bike share. MES/MPA student Aaron Holly weighs in.
“Although the first U.S. Ebola case was diagnosed in Dallas on Tuesday, Ebola is unlikely to spread significantly to the U.S. since doctors are on alert for symptoms,” Page says.
The College of Charleston African Studies Program will host the Southeastern Regional Seminar in African Studies (SERSAS) October 24-25, 2014
The College of Charleston welcomes Preferred Parking, a comedy show about the challenges of being disabled, on October 29. The event is open to the public.
Come hang out with the players and coaches of the men’s and women’s basketball teams as they prepare to open their seasons. The block party takes place on George Street from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 26, 2014.
The College of Charleston Office of Admissions welcomes prospective students and families for an Open House event on October 25, 2014.
A celebration of cultures and an affirmation of the College of Charleston’s commitment to students of all races and backgrounds capped off the school’s first ever Diversity Conference during a community celebration Sunday at TD Arena. Read more of the Post and Courier story.
“There are some records of Edgar Allan Poe” in South Carolina, says Scott Peeples, a professor of literature at the College of Charleston, who has written two books about the author. “Much of what we know about Poe comes from his own letters, those that mention him and other kinds of documentation.” Read more of the Baltimore […]