Archive | March, 2012

CofC green teaching lab to open next month- WCIV

Students at the College of Charleston’s Grice Marine Lab want it to rain. Not to help the drought problem, but to see their new rain garden put to good use. “Rain gardens are a wonderful way to help protect water here in the Lowcountry,” Clemson Cooperative Extension Agent Kim Counts said. The Green Teaching Garden […]

Students visit CofC to see if they want to be Cougars- WCIV

Thousands of accepted students and their families flocked to the College of Charleston Friday with a life changing decision hanging in the balance. The possible future Cougars will be in town this weekend to get a preview of where they could be spending the next four years.  

College of Charleston professor Hollis France focuses on economic barriers to people around the world- Charleston Post and Courier

Hollis France, who grew up in a developing country, started learning about international issues much earlier than most, she says. France remembers hearing adults talk about policies that curbed her native Guyana’s economic development when she was just a girl, she says.

Young at art: Works by College of Charleston students to go on display- Charleston Post and Courier

  Heffernan will be in Charleston this week to serve as guest juror for the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art’s annual “Young Contemporaries” exhibition, debuting Thursday with an opening reception 5-7 p.m. in the Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts. The reception is free.  

A different pen and ink- Charleston Post and Courier

If you have ambitions to be a serious writer, the staff at Crazyhorse magazine, a national literary journal published at the College of Charleston, is hosting the Crazyhorse Writers Conference on March 15-18. It will bring together a group of varied literary artists for a full weekend of lectures and the opportunity to socialize with […]

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