Archive | June, 2011

College of Charleston keeps in-state tuition flat- AP

The College of Charleston is opting not to change tuition for in-state students this year. The school says its board of trustees did vote Monday to raise tuition prices for out-of-state students by 5 percent. South Carolina students will pay just under $10,000 this coming year. Out-of-state students will pay more than $24,000.

Michelin, C of C team up for program- Charleston Post and Courier

“We are grateful for Michelin’s interest in College of Charleston’s strong global logistics program and look forward to a productive and meaningful training relationship with the company, its affiliates, our faculty and students,” says Alan T. Shao, dean of the School of Business.    

Sottile’s hidden gems: Removal of theater’s curtains reveals murals of the seven muses from 1927- Charleston Post adn Courier

When construction crews recently removed the heavy curtains lining the side walls of the Sottile Theatre, they revealed pieces of its past that had been covered over for more than a generation. Two murals of the seven muses, each measuring 15 feet by 27 1/2 feet, existed when the building first opened in 1927 as […]

Crazyhorse announces award winners_ Charleston City Paper

Crazyhorse, the literary journal at the College of Charleston, recently announced the winners of two major prizes out of nearly 2,000 entries. Judge Jaimy Gordon, who won the 2010 National Book Award for Fiction for her novel Lords of Misrule, selected Matthew Vollono as the recipient of the Crazyhorse Fiction Prize for his story “Samaritan.” […]

C of C offers Vietnamese language class- Charleston Post and Courier

The College of Charleston this fall will offer the first, and only, Vietnamese class in North or South Carolina, according to a news release from the college. The course will be held on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:00 to 9:50 a.m. Students will learn the Vietnamese language, customs, and culture.

Ornate murals found in SC theater- AP

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Several 80-year-old murals have been found in a theater owned by the College of Charleston. The Post and Courier of Charleston reports the murals were found recently in the college’s Sottile (so-TILL-ee) Theater used by the college and for some Spoleto USA Festival performances.   Two of the murals show the seven […]

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