The black-and-white photography exhibit explores the history and traditions of camp meetings that take place annually in the Carolinas.
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In the wake of the Emanuel AME Church shooting, the College is hosting a number of events that address race relations in the United States, black culture, and civil rights.
Political science professors Jordan Ragusa and Kendra Stewart discuss how Jon Stewart changed the news habits of a younger generation.
In this week’s installment: The School of Business receives a big grant; astrophysicist Jon Hakkila talks about a big find, and political scientist Jordan Ragusa comments on the presidential race.
Alum and campus gardener Lexa Keane ’14 not only grows beautiful plants at the College, but makes sure they break down in a sustainable manner, too.
Check out five College of Charleston rising seniors who are taking on varied, competitive academic and internship programs this summer.
Everywhere you look, people are taking a stand – especially at the College of Charleston. From Harbor Walk to Randolph Hall, all the way to the School of Professional Studies on the North Campus, staff and faculty are standing up for their health and converting to stand-up desks.
Several College of Charleston professors have been quoted by local and national media concerning the shooting death of Walter Scott in North Charleston.