Governor-elect Haley made history on election night, and is now on the verge of becoming the new leader of South Carolina, the state's first non-white and female governor. Dr. Jeri Cabot, a political science professor at the College of Charleston says Haley rode the Tea Party wave to the governor's mansion. Cabot says, "She broke
A year or so ago, I ran across a Facebook page dedicated to saving College Lodge -- the Calhoun Street dorm cobbled together from a 1960s hotel. That Internet page appears to be long gone now -- maybe because its creators have gotten their wish. http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2011/jan/10/college-lodge-becoming-almost-historic/
FOR most performers on tour, there's usually not much time to do anything except do the press rounds, rehearse, soundcheck and perform. And then pack up and move on to the next stop where the cycle starts all over again. But for classical violinist Siow Lee Chin, her current Asian tour with the orchestra from
Tracy Clifford Rings the Closing Bell on Wednesday.
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College will also host Candlelight Unity and Peace Rally.
The Halsey Institute at the College of Charleston School of the Arts has received the 26th annual Mary Ellen LoPresti Award for outstanding exhibition catalog for the publication "Aldwyth: work v. / work n.: Collage and Assemblage, 1991-2009." The 112-page catalog was designed by Gil Shuler of Gil Shuler Graphic Design, edited by Mark Sloan,
The magazine "Kiplinger's Personal Finance" named three South Carolina colleges "best values" for 2011. Clemson University ranked 41st out of the top one hundred. The University of South Carolina came in next at 42nd. The College of Charleston ranked 84th. The magazine says the schools exemplify excellent academics while keeping tuition costs to a minimum.
Colleges praised for value: Kiplinger’s ranks USC, C of C, Clemson in top 100 – The Post and Courier
Donald Burkard, the College of Charleston's associate vice president for enrollment planning, said making the list is "pretty significant." It contributes to the college's reputation, which is growing nationally and internationally. http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2011/jan/06/colleges-praised-for-value/
College ranks #85 on the top 100 list.