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Being Progressive: Using Film for Artistic, Social and Cultural Progress

Being Progressive: Using Film for Artistic, Social and Cultural Progress

Italian professor Giovanna De Luca launched the Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival eight years ago to help the Charleston community learn more about Italy, and themselves.

19 June 2014 | 9:34 am Read More →
College Alumni Recognized for Making a Positive Impact on the Future of Charleston

College Alumni Recognized for Making a Positive Impact on the Future of Charleston

Six College of Charleston alumni and four professors are considered some of the most forward-thinking people making a positive impact on the future of Charleston.

18 June 2014 | 12:37 pm Read More →
Being Progressive: Alison Piepmeier is a Fierce Advocate for the Inclusion of All Students

Being Progressive: Alison Piepmeier is a Fierce Advocate for the Inclusion of All Students

Women’s and gender studies professor Alison Piepmeier strives for radical progression in her career. She says she is radically rethinking what intellectual disability means.

5 June 2014 | 10:58 am Read More →
Being Progressive: Making a Kosher Vegetarian/Vegan Dining Hall a Reality

Being Progressive: Making a Kosher Vegetarian/Vegan Dining Hall a Reality

Marty Perlmutter envisions the College’s Jewish Studies Program serving as a catalyst for the renaissance of Jewish life in Charleston. The new dining hall is just one step in his plan.

29 May 2014 | 1:57 pm Read More →
Being Progressive: Why Theatre Professor Evan Parry Pushes the Boundaries

Being Progressive: Why Theatre Professor Evan Parry Pushes the Boundaries

A Q&A with one of CHARLIE Magazine’s 50 Most Progressive People of 2014. Parry says pushing the boundaries is absolutely necessary.

21 May 2014 | 3:32 pm Read More →