The start of a new academic year is a time of excitement, exploration and information-overload. A College of Charleston expert gives tips for coping with the stress.
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Several College of Charleston professors have been quoted by local and national media concerning the shooting death of Walter Scott in North Charleston.
English professor Joe Kelly once shared a pint of Guinness with Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney, whose poem “When All The Others Were Away at Mass” was recently voted Ireland’s favorite poem of the last 100 years.
College of Charleston mathematics professors explain why this year’s decimal Pi Day on March 14, 2015, is especially, well, round.
Last month, Daniel Nesmith '13 presented his independent research on evaluation video games as art at the Southwest Popular American Culture Association Conference in Albuquerque, N.M.
Math faculty member Derrick Niederman has had 20 crossword puzzles published in the New York Times. But, he hasn't stopped there...
David Desplaces received the Howard F. Rudd Distinguished Faculty Award for Service Leadership, which he'll use to create a professional leadership workshop.
Jewish studies professor Adam Mendelsohn offers insight. His new book on the subject won the top prize in the National Jewish Book Awards.
Alumni, along with Asst. Director of Alumni Career Services Erin O'Dea, offer real-world experience and advice on how to conquer your quarter-life crisis.