Raena Shirali '12 will be published in the Boston Review less than a year after graduation.
Benjamin Fraser says that his motivation comes from his brother in-law who is an adult with Down syndrome.
The tribute is part of the African Literature Association Conference underway in Charleston.
The March 28 event includes displays, dancing, entertainment, food, and demonstrations.
Professors are cited as critical to Joye Nettle's success and acceptance to the SURE Program.
Elizabeth Burdette will travel to Jaipur to study Hindi and Madeline Edwards will travel to Jordan to study Arabic.
Samantha Sammis '11 lives and works in the Eastside community to identify, harness resources for improvement.
The event will be held on campus on March 18.
Professor Annette Watson's research will identify fishing places to protect and commonalities for land-use planning.
Avery Research Center Executive Director is one of the 50 most progressive people in Charleston