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Emily Gallo ’12 created her own music business program. Flash forward two years and she’s applying her education at a successful Nashville record label.
Communication professors comment on the new X-Men installment set in Charleston and the Lowcountry’s growing entertainment industry.
Communication professor Mike Lee’s new book examines conservative political thought in post-World War II America. Learn which books still influence GOP politics and what Lee thinks of the party’s chances to reclaim the White House in 2016.
Social media isn’t just social anymore. Professors are requiring it in class assignments and they’ve found it is a great outlet for introverted students, a better way to communicate and more.
As Republicans and Democrats make plans for their parties’ 2016 national conventions, College of Charleston alumnus Geoff Yost ’12 looks back on his brush with this all-important American political tradition.
Alumnus Nathan Frandino ’10 got his start writing for the College’s student newspaper. Now he’s a producer for Reuters TV and just returned from covering the World Cup in Brazil.