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Is the NFL Poised for a Fast Fall?

Is the NFL Poised for a Fast Fall?

The NFL is riding high with Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday, but legal studies professor Chris Birkel says it won’t last.

Professor Offers Insight to Edgar Allan Poe’s Life and Writing

Professor Offers Insight to Edgar Allan Poe’s Life and Writing

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).

Berlin Wall Expert Reflects on 25th Anniversary of the Fall

Berlin Wall Expert Reflects on 25th Anniversary of the Fall

Senior German instructor Stephen Della Lana reflects on his experiences in Germany before, during and after the Wall fell 25 years ago on November 9, 1989.

Biology Professor Explains How Ibuprofen is Damaging Our Ecosystem

Biology Professor Explains How Ibuprofen is Damaging Our Ecosystem

Kermit the Frog wasn’t kidding: It’s not easy being green – and professor Allison Welch can back him up. She’s found some interesting things in her research on the amphibians.

Blood Thirsty: Are Vampires Past Their Prime?

Blood Thirsty: Are Vampires Past Their Prime?

History professor Scott Poole just published the first biography on Vampira (Malia Nurmi). He explains vampires in pop culture and whether they have staying power.

6 Ways The Giver is Different When You’re an Adult

6 Ways The Giver is Different When You’re an Adult

Professors Claire Curtis and Caroline Hunt comment on how The Giver is different for adult readers in preparation for the August 15, 2014 film release.

Experts: Wizarding World of Harry Potter will Continue to Enchant, Attract Fans

Experts: Wizarding World of Harry Potter will Continue to Enchant, Attract Fans

Two College of Charleston experts comment on the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, which expanded to a new park July 8, 2014.

Travel + Leisure Names Charleston No. 1 City in the U.S. and Canada of 2014

Travel + Leisure Names Charleston No. 1 City in the U.S. and Canada of 2014

Travel + Leisure named Charleston, S.C. the no. 1 city in the U.S. and Canada, and College of Charleston students take advantage!

Are Career Politicians are “Out of Touch” with Voters? Political Science Professor has the Answer

Are Career Politicians are “Out of Touch” with Voters? Political Science Professor has the Answer

Jordan Ragusa analyzes this data just as S.C. voters head to the polls for the Republican primary – in which U.S. Sen. Lindsay Graham faces six challengers.

Professor’s Health Communication Research Addresses Women’s Health Taboos Through Social Marketing

Professor’s Health Communication Research Addresses Women’s Health Taboos Through Social Marketing

College of Charleston Professor Beth Sundstrom’s research on postpartum health taboos and social marketing is featured on Social Marketing Quarterly’s cover