In this week’s installment: an economist looks at the UK vote; a dark secret about black holes is revealed; the College develops a new partnership, and more.
Artist Lulie Martin Wallace ’09 and her husband, Harrison, share tips in the article “10 Colorful Ideas for Small House Design.”
Cougar Moving Company started as a business moving college students in and out of dorms. Now it operates all over the Lowcountry.
The spring 2016 issue of College of Charleston Magazine arrives in mailboxes this week. With celebrations of the College’s history, alumni, academics, students and all things CofC, readers have a lot to look forward to. Here’s a taste of what’s to come!
Evan Linder’s ’04 newest play – Byhalia, Mississippi – opened in January and immediately sparked conversations about race relations in the United States.
Michael Shemtov ’00 has opened one restaurant after another in Charleston. He’s not stopping, and he’s spreading across The South.
Griffin Peddicord ’14 will soon debut an app that connects music listeners around the world.
Robyn Palmer ’93 creates greeting cards and stationery to lift others’ spirits.
David Desplaces received the Howard F. Rudd Distinguished Faculty Award for Service Leadership, which he’ll use to create a professional leadership workshop.
Kevin Waltermire ’03, who graduated from the College and later from the Graduate School’s One-Year Global MBA program, appeared on ABC’s Shark Tank in 2015.