Daniel D steps on to the stage. Clean cut, he wears khakis and a plaid button down – the shining image of a “good kid” – as the first notes of his violin reverberate across the theater. It’s an R&B classic, a safe choice for the crowd mostly made up of straight-laced academia and smatterings
"There's no increase in seismic activity, There's no pattern. Are they foreshocks to a catastrophically different earthquake? No," said Erin Beutel, director of the South Carolina Earthquake Education and Preparedness program at the College of Charleston. http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2010/apr/16/quakes-no-harbinger-experts-say/
ARAMARK has committed to five sustainable practices in all dining facilities - plus they are hosting a farmer's market on campus and giving away eco-coffee!
The College's student literary magazine, Miscellany, is awarded a Silver Crown by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
Open house The College of Charleston will host an open house for more than 600 prospective students and their families 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. April 17. The event will start with an information fair at the Carolina First Arena, followed by breakout activities held across campus. Students and their families will have the opportunity to discuss
The new Barnes & Noble bookstore at the College of Charleston, which opened in February, holds its grand opening today. Faculty author showcases include Bret Lott and Michelle VanParys starting at 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., respectively, and local author Margaret Middleton Rivers Eastman will sign copies of her book, "The Hidden History of Charleston,"
Mike Flynn's Sport Physiology and Marathon Training class is a unique opportunity for students.
The inaugural Simons Medal of Excellence was awarded to Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr. on April 15.
The College of Charleston got a 4.1 million dollar software grant. The school's geology and environmental geo-sciences department was awarded a software grant ... from seismic-micro technologies. The software and training materials will be linked to the departments 3-d visualization laboratories in the new science center and on computers throughout the department. The interim dean
James Bell is one of the lead scientists in Mars Rover Project.