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9 10, 2019

Friends of the Library to Explore New Book About Dramatic Life of Gertrude Legendre

By |2019-10-09T12:02:09-04:00October 9, 2019|Campus Life, News Briefs|Comments Off on Friends of the Library to Explore New Book About Dramatic Life of Gertrude Legendre

The College of Charleston Friends of the Library will host author Peter Finn on Oct. 16, 2019, for a look at his new book "A Guest of the Reich: The Story of American Heiress Gertrude Legendre’s Dramatic Captivity and Escape from Nazi Germany."

14 06, 2019

New Gift Grows LGBTQ Collection at CofC Library

By |2020-06-11T14:33:55-04:00June 14, 2019|Campus Life, News Briefs|Comments Off on New Gift Grows LGBTQ Collection at CofC Library

The College of Charleston Libraries have announced the match of a $25,000 challenge gift for "LGBTQ Life in the Lowcountry," a project dedicated to collecting and sharing the stories of the region’s LGBTQ community.

20 02, 2019

CofC Foundation Receives First Edition Frederick Douglass Autobiography

By |2020-02-25T12:56:34-05:00February 20, 2019|Campus Life|Comments Off on CofC Foundation Receives First Edition Frederick Douglass Autobiography

The College of Charleston Foundation has received a gift of a first edition of Frederick Douglass' autobiography 'My Bondage and My Freedom.'

14 01, 2019

Alumnus’ Pursuit of Social Justice Honored With Gift to Avery Research Center

By |2019-01-14T11:11:58-05:00January 14, 2019|Alumni, News Briefs|Comments Off on Alumnus’ Pursuit of Social Justice Honored With Gift to Avery Research Center

New philanthropic support of the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture has been made in memory of alumnus Joseph Warren Cabaniss '47.

18 12, 2018

Student Exhibit Explores Proposed Memorials to Honor Remains

By |2020-02-25T12:56:44-05:00December 18, 2018|Academics|Comments Off on Student Exhibit Explores Proposed Memorials to Honor Remains

Students of professor Nathaniel Walker’s Architecture of Memory course have created several proposals for a new memorial to honor the remains of 36 African descendants.