The College of Charleston’s Student Peace Alliance was making tie-dyed T-shirts for children and promoting a talk by Jewish peace activist Anna ..
Award-winning journalist Linda Gradstein, who was the Jerusalem correspondent for NPR News from 1990-2009 and now contributes to PRI’s The World..
Breeland, 77, retired from the state House in 2008, after having represented District 111 since 1992. He is a retired teacher and school administrator..
Gradstein was named the first Norman and Gerry Sue Arnold Distinguished Visiting Chair in Jewish Studies at the College of Charleston and is teaching ..
The College of Charleston School of the Arts and The Charleston Concert Association will offer a free sneak preview of upcoming performances at 7 p.m...
Erin McAdams, assistant political science professor at the College of Charleston, said Republicans in the GOP-controlled Legislature will fight to ret..
College of Charleston tourism professor John Crotts said the recent increase in tourism resulted from visitors who would have visited the Gulf Coast t..
LowcountryBizSC: What is your background and education? George Benson: I am a native of Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. My wife, Jane, and I have three child..
CHARLESTON, S.C. — One sentence changed the life of Bret Lott. His story spans years and crosses career paths but a creative writing instructor made..
The College of Charleston School of the Arts will present a 20th anniversary gala, “To Broadway and Back: A Party for the Arts,” 6-10 p.m. Oct. ..