Editor’s Note: The Post and Courier invited Julie R. Grier, a graduate of the College of Charleston Honors College and a mental health worker wi..
The idea is that pets generally provide emotional support for homeowners. I recently gave a paper that was co-authored with Tim Allen, professor and d..
Guests stepped through the doors of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art for the opening reception of Call and Response: Africa to America and fou..
Issues of love, relationships and social hierarchies draw adolescent readers into the “Twilight” series, Emily Skinner said. Skinner is an..
Natalie Montanaro, 52, a research assistant from the College of Charleston, South Carolina, volunteered for the U.S. Peace Corps and moved to Romania ..
Worldview often defines individual’s spirituality (op/ed) One of the great challenges in the study of world religions is the problem of terminol..
“Conceivably, there are a lot of good buying opportunities right now, but there’s uncertainty and risk and a lot of reasons why people are..
Election cycles rife with ambiguous, difficult-to-prove claims and damning personal attacks may make for good entertainment, but it fails to inform th..
The district — which stretches along South Carolina’s Coast and includes Fort Sumter, the site of the first military clash of the Civil War ..
“She did a very good job showing herself as an independent decision maker,” says College of Charleston political science professor Jeri Ca..