2011 November

11 11, 2010

Paper Sculptures

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  Take it from Alice: You never know what’s going to pop up next. But, when Eleanor Heldrich generously donated her collection of pop-up books to Special Collections in the Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library – it was a happy surprise, indeed. The collection includes everything from The Jolly Jump-Ups: Favorite Nursery Stories (1939) to

11 11, 2010

Dr. Joe’s Office, 74 George Street

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I came to the College with my heart  firmly devoted elsewhere. I’d completed my undergraduate degree at Clemson only two years before, and I assumed that earning my master’s degree in English from the College would be like a great job: I’d work hard, hopefully make some good friends and come out the other end

11 11, 2010

Forging Ahead Toward a Better Future

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In recent months, there has been much discussion in South Carolina about tuition at the state’s public colleges and universities, including the College of Charleston. As most of you know by now, the College’s Board of Trustees voted in June to increase tuition for the current academic year. The increase was necessary for three reasons:

11 11, 2010

The Forgotten War

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The fight in Afghanistan is now the longest-running war in U.S. history. But this conflict doesn’t seem to have an impact on Americans’ day-to-day lives. We asked an international expert to share his insights about why this war hasn’t resonated with the American public like past conflicts and to answer why we should care. by

11 11, 2010

Campus Icon: Jane Reno-Munro

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She takes their blood. She pokes them with needles. She insists they say “ah” as they choke on tongue depressors. And yet, she manages to make everything a little better. Ever since arriving on campus as head nurse in 1992, Jane Reno-Munro has done everything in her power to make students feel their best –