The Jewish Book Council has awarded a National Jewish Book Award to Adam Mendelsohn, College of Charleston Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program associate professor, for “The Rag Race: How Jews Sewed Their Way to Success in America and the British Empire.” Read more of The State story.
The College’s sailing program is modifying a sailboat to accommodate the disabled.
The College of Charleston’s new tobacco-free policy is leading campus community members like student Randy Risher to finally quit smoking.
Cougar PAWWS, or Parents and Alumni Working With Students, ensure that accepted students feel welcome at the College before they even enroll.
After completing the Call Me MISTER Program and earning a degree in 2014, Josh Hall began his teaching career at Flowertown Elementary in Summerville, S.C.
One year removed from a season in which the College claimed four team championships and maintained an average GPA above 3.0 for all students in all sports, the College will now look to re-enter the national spotlight.
Former basketball coach John Kresse, former men’s golf head coach Daniel S. Dukes, IV and former Executive Director of The Cougar Club Anita Condon van de Erve will be named to the Hall of Fame.
Highlighted by a seven-day excursion to Nicaragua, the College of Charleston sand volleyball team has released its 2015 schedule, as announced by head coach Jason Kepner.
The NFL is riding high with Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday, but legal studies professor Chris Birkel says it won’t last.
Elaine Worzala is researching sustainability issues in the commercial real estate industry. The results could have a positive impact on the environment and the bottom line.
English Professor Scott Peeples, one of the nation’s leading scholars on Edgar Allan Poe, assesses Poe’s impact on Charleston and American literature in time for the author’s birthday (January 19).
Rep. Bakari Sellers, Esq. will present “How far have we come and where do we go from here?: A Journey to excellence….” at 5:00 p.m. in the Stern Center Ballroom.
Stephen Beus, a young yet distinguished pianist with many prestigious honors, will be performing at the College of Charleston’s Sottile Theatre as part of the International Piano Series.
Susan Herman, president of the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) will present “Civil Liberties and the ‘War on Terror” from 4-5 p.m. at Sottile Theatre (44 George St.). The event is free and open to the public.
OP/ED by College of Charleston Political Science Professor Jordan Ragusa It didn’t take them long, did it? Just a few days into the 114th Congress, Republicans in the House passed not one, but two bills to undo elements of the Affordable Care Act. Read more of the CSM article
Truth is, both Baltimore and Boston have well-established ties to Poe. In the spirit of impartiality, let’s ask Scott Peeples, chair of the English department at the College of Charleston in South Carolina and author of “The Afterlife of Edgar Allan Poe”: Who has the better claim to E.A. Poe and his legacy? Read more […]