The College of Charleston Board of Trustees voted today to decrease in-state undergraduate tuition.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows" will be released on November 19.
About 300 tickets remain for "An Afternoon with Greg Mortenson" at the Carolina First Arena at 5 p.m.
All MBA students participated in the GKF James Island Connector Run to benefit students with disabilities.
Rob Jones of Machinima Inc. will speak about the gaming industry and online video game content.
Meeting will be November 12.
Kendra Stewart, an associate political science professor at the College of Charleston, said Haley will need to assemble a transition team that can help guide her on ways to play nice with lawmakers. She also can learn from Sanford by reviewing his approach to legislative interactions and what didn't work, Stewart said. "Even though she
"She has what people had hoped Sarah Palin had had," said Kendra Stewart, a College of Charleston political scientist. "I think people felt like Sarah Palin was lacking the substance but Nikki Haley actually has that substance." http://www.google.com/hostednews/canadianpress/article/ALeqM5ivFwnarKlMr8bgEa-NkI1uFb4o6w?docId=5028247
As part of The College Reads!, students and faculty are participating in Saturday's Capital BookFest.
When the company made the announcement that it would be coming to the Low Country, that was good news then. And it's good news now. The employment growth rate in the Charleston area is about twice that of that state average. College of Charleston economist Frank Hefner says a lot of that climb is thanks