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.
Charleston is becoming a more bike friendly community, and some professors and staff at the College have led the charge for decades as bicycle commuters.
Professor Todd LeVasseur is promoting sustainability literacy on campus as part of the College’s Quality Enhancement Plan for reaccreditation.
Eight students will present their sustainability research at the 2016 Southeastern EcoReps Conference. Their projects focus on the ocean, social justice, urban gardening, Zero Waste events and more.
All alumni, students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in an oral history project created by the College’s Office of Sustainability. It’s easy: just walk to King Street and relate your most memorable moment on campus.
The nonprofit organization, which has chapters on more than 60 college campuses around the country, enables students to work with global communities on development projects aimed at eliminating extreme poverty.
The well-known environmentalist, who in 1989 became the first man to walk unsupported to both the North and South poles, will speak at the College on Dec. 9, 2015.
Campus experts urge you to make the most of the Thanksgiving holiday by showing some love to Mother Earth and growing closer with friends and family.
Two College of Charleston students have assembled a panel of individuals to address the topic of sustainable seafood.
Senior Nicole Fernandez and junior Aisha Gallion developed a discussion series to facilitate conversations about social justice issues. The first session takes place Oct. 15, 2015.