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People who drive through the College of Charleston campus contend with bicyclists, skateboarders, pedestrians, blind corners and service vehicles making deliveries.
With your generous assistance, thousands of new readers are being introduced to Alison Bechdel's extraordinary graphic novel, "Fun Home."
Horror came to Charleston this weekend in the form of the Crimson Horror Screen Film Fest, where an enthusiastic crowd of more than 200 fans came out in weather perfect for some dark and stormy and often bloodily beautiful films.
Approximately 150 students will hear S.C. Ports Authority CEO Jim Newsome speak during the College of Charleston's Graduate School graduation ceremony on May 7. Newsome is expected to address graduates at 5:30 p.m. at TD Arena, according to a news release from the college.
Alison Bechdel and the cast of the off-Broadway musical adaptation of her graphic memoir "Fun Home" packed Memminger Auditorium on Monday night with a pair of shows featuring songs from the Pulitzer-nominated hit play amid ongoing protests on campus by students critical of state politicians' budget cuts over the school's assignment of "Fun Home" as ... (more)
Last night the College of Charleston hosted one of the finest and most honest storytellers in American literature, Alison Bechdel.
Campaign finance documents show that four College of Charleston board members donated to Lt.
There's nothing like a good climate change discussion on Earth Day. On Tuesday, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse from Rhode Island will visit the Lowcountry on his climate change tour of the East Coast.
Wendelken struck out six and did not walk a batter in 6 1/3 innings last Monday against Wilmington.
Dozens of College of Charleston students rallied on the Cougar Mall at noon Monday in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning students.
Forget about the races for governor and U.S. Senate this year. The 2015 campaign for mayor of Charleston has begun.
The cast of the Off Broadway musical "Fun Home" is travelling to South Carolina this week to perform at the College of Charleston, which is facing state budget cuts for encouraging freshmen to read Alison Bechdel's memoir, on which the musical is based.
Seven search committee members had written a letter to CofC board of trustees Chairman Greg Padgett on Feb. 25, three days before the board met to narrow its list of candidates to five.
The cast and creative team of The Public Theater 's FUN HOME will soon be bringing the Bechtel Funeral Home to College of Charleston.
What: Charleston photographer, Susana Berdecio, will present a collection of Lowcountry scenes in "Discovering a Sense of Place."