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College’s Political Science Department Hosts Second of Three-Part U.S. Constitution Series

College’s Political Science Department Hosts Second of Three-Part U.S. Constitution Series

The College’s Department of Computer Science will host the second in a three-part series focusing on the U.S. constitution on March 26 at 3 p.m. on campus.

Alum Praised by Rachel Maddow as “Genius”

Alum Praised by Rachel Maddow as “Genius”

College alumnus and Republican consultant Chris Jankowski appears on MSNBC”s Rachel Maddow show.

College of Charleston to Host Renowned Lincoln Scholar for Bully Pulpit Event

College of Charleston to Host Renowned Lincoln Scholar for Bully Pulpit Event

The College of Charleston will host a Lincoln scholar from Oxford University for a lecture on March 11, 2015 at 2 p.m.

College’s Political Science Department Hosts Polarization and the U.S. Constitution Event

College’s Political Science Department Hosts Polarization and the U.S. Constitution Event

The College of Charleston will host a panel discussion on polarization and the U.S. Constitution on February 23, 2015 at 4 p.m. at the Beatty Center.

Alumna Who Suffered Heart Attack at 31 Shares Story on National Stage

Alumna Who Suffered Heart Attack at 31 Shares Story on National Stage

Keisha Hawes ’01 is a national spokeswoman for the American Heart Association’s Go Red campaign, which raises awareness about heart disease in women.

Alumna Negotiates Treaties, Hosts President Obama as Member of Foreign Service

Alumna Negotiates Treaties, Hosts President Obama as Member of Foreign Service

Kirsten Bauman ’93 has worked for the U.S. Foreign Service since 2000 and credits the College of Charleston with getting her started.

ACLU President to Speak at the College on February 5

ACLU President to Speak at the College on February 5

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.

Opinion: Chris Day on the Charlie Hebdo Attack

Opinion: Chris Day on the Charlie Hebdo Attack

Political science professor Chris Day weighs in on the attack in an op-ed first published in the Post and Courier.

Female Terrorist in Paris: Trend or Outlier? College of Charleston Expert Speculates

Female Terrorist in Paris: Trend or Outlier? College of Charleston Expert Speculates

Urban Studies Program Director Kevin Keenan speculates on female terrorists in light of the January 2015 attacks in Paris.

College of Charleston to Co-Host Town Hall on Domestic Violence

College of Charleston to Co-Host Town Hall on Domestic Violence

The College of Charleston’s Department of Political Science will collaborate with local news organizations on a January 13, 2015 event focusing on domestic violence.