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In 1998, then-Sen. Glenn McConnell was seeking private contributions to raise and restore the Hunley submarine.
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Republican Gov. Nikki Haley praised the GOP-dominated House on Wednesday for passing a budget proposal that includes some $65 million for her K-12 education priorities.
The deadly threat posed by German submarines during World War One helped spur scientists to develop sonar, using underwater sound signals to locate objects like subs that might be taking aim with a torpedo.
One of the first tasks of the next president of the College of Charleston will be to help the school heal from a contentious search process, said Dennis "Jody" Encarnation, one of three finalists for the school's top post.
Leaders from the organization said McConnell, who is one of three finalists for the College of Charleston presidency, has a political career marked by "disrespect and disregard for African-Americans and other people of color."
West African musician Kokanko Sata Doumbia will perform at the College of Charleston's School of the Arts recital hall on March 13, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. She is touring the U.S. as part of the Cradle of Jazz Project, and will perform in Charleston for the College's Program in the Carolina Lowcountry and Atlantic World .
The South Carolina House refused this week to back down from plans to punish two public colleges in the budget for assigning freshmen to read books dealing with homosexuality.
The S.C. House Committee on Ways and Means recently voted to reduce state support for the College of Charleston by $52,000 as punishment for selecting "Fun Home," a graphic novel by Alison Bechdel, as the featured text in the 2013 College Reads! program.
Tucker is a religious historian and, with cosmologist Brian Thomas Swimme , co-wrote "Journey of the Universe - An Epic Story of Cosmic, Earth and Human Transformation."
Yesterday, the local NAACP, flanked by photos of Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell in Civil War dress, held a press conference where they voiced their opposition to the former state senator's potential appointment to head the College of Charleston, saying his hiring would discourage minority enrollment.
College of Charleston freshman Logan Miccichi, of James Island, skateboards down St. Philip Street Tuesday.
For young artists, graduating from college can mark the beginning of a difficult, quiet period.
James Gallman, national board of directors member for the NAACP, and Dot Scott, president of the NAACP's Charleston branch, talk about Lt.
Approximately 40 candidates have applied to be the president of the Medical University of South Carolina so far, according to John B. Hicks, senior consultant with executive search firm Academic Search Inc .
However, Jackson won't stay there if Jillian Keenan has her way. Last week, the Slate columnist called for Jackson's exile from U.S. currency.
South Carolina's Democratic minority leader is blasting the state's "Republican" majority for cutting funding to two superfluous institutions of higher learning.