College student Josh Schmidt dismissed all the talk of newfound civility. He gathered with about a dozen other students in a meeting room at the College of Charleston in Charleston, S.C., to eat pizza and take in the president’s speech. The 19-year-old said this so-called new spirit of compromise, if it really exists, wouldn’t last
A newly donated copy of the College of Charleston's first yearbook makes one thing perfectly clear: The all-male student body in 1917 liked to have a good time. Receiving a suede-covered copy of "The Maroon and White" was a boon for the college, said Karen Jones, director of alumni communication. The school had only one
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Mark Sloan, exhibition curator and director/senior curator of the Halsey, is "attracted to the conceptual idea" of the multilayered pieces. "They're visually stunning to see in person," he says. "They're colorful, but it's also really powerful to stand near them. Some of them look like candy or ooze from the center of the earth." http://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/charleston/digging-into-leslie-waynes-multi-layered-works/Content?oid=2869527
Gifts from the community continued pouring in. The College of Charleston presented the family with five full scholarships for the kids, who range in age from 16 years to 16 months. http://www2.wsav.com/news/2011/jan/19/beaufort-family-speaks-after-big-extreme-makeover--ar-1362685/
In addition to the home and car they received, the Dickinson's got a slew of other gifts, including a full scholarship for each child to go to the College of Charleston. http://www.thecoastalsource.com/content/features/extrememakeover/story/Beaufort-Extreme-Makeover-Family-Reacts-to-New-Hom/_oq_XdIh30u3pO84FZG6Jw.cspx
College President George Benson told the family Tuesday at the unveiling of its new home that the college was awarding the children the scholarships. All the children have to do is qualify for acceptance at the college. http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2011/jan/20/5-siblings-get-scholarships/
But that's not necessarily a bad thing, according to Brian McGee, a communications professor at the College of Charleston. "Getting to over $800 million of specific cuts is going to take a great deal of work, and I think it would be very challenging to ask the governor in a brief speech to put forward
School awards full tuition scholarships to five children who received a new home as part of the ABC television program "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition."