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Five College of Charleston professors comment on six surprising ways the Hunger Games series is more realistic than you think.
Students in Professor Jordan Ragusa’s Congress are forecasting all 36 U.S. Senate elections. Find out why one student said, “I’m absolutely voting this Tuesday.”
A College of Charleston degree helped Krista Ellis Bannister ’92 follow her career plan. But it was the lifelong friends she made at the College that got her through the unplanned parts, like getting breast cancer at 30.
Four College of Charleston political experts outline “the most intriguing national races” this cycle.
Stressed out over mid-term exams? Find out how the College’s urban gardens can help ease your tension and improve your health.
President Glenn McConnell won the College’s Bingham medal in 1969 and is believed to be the last recipient of the award, which was created in 1907 under President Harrison Randolph. But McConnell hopes the tradition can be revived.
College of Charleston instructor Max Kovalov’s European Studies capstone course is heavily influenced by current events that hit close to home for Kovalov.
Michael Huberman ’10 has been backstage with Kobe Bryant, President Bill Clinton and Herschel Walker. He’s on the ESPYS social media team and helps to produce 30 for 30 Shorts.