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SEC down to 2 teams in NCAA baseball tourney

Less than a week after a record-setting 10 SEC teams were invited to the 64-team bracket, eight of them are gone.


Related Topix: Charleston, MS

Sun Jul 20, 2014

Post and Courier

McConnell will win his critics over

Glenn McConnell and I are both graduates of the College of Charleston, I in '50 and he in '69.



Letter: Time For Clarity On S.C. State

There are no measures that show productive output for the students, potential employers, or the state that justify this extreme allocation of resources that would more efficiently benefit students of all races at any of the other public universities in the state.


Related Topix: Standardized Testing, Education, The Citadel, University of South Carolina Aiken, Charleston, SC

The Moultrie News

Lt. Governor McGill visits Mount Pleasant Senior Center

South Carolina's new lieutenant governor, J. Yancey McGill, visited the Town of Mount Pleasant's Stokes-Marshall Senior Services Center Wednesday on a state-wide senior services fact-finding mission.


Related Topix: Mount Pleasant, SC

Sat Jul 19, 2014

The Island Packet

Hilton Head Island man and his son develop historic walking tour app of Charleston

Jeff Wilson, right, and his son, Jay, have developed an app that allows people to take historic walking tours of Charleston at their own leisure.


Related Topix: Hilton Head Island, SC

Fri Jul 18, 2014


Anderson Pediatric Dentistry Introduces New Team Member

Anderson Pediatric Dentistry is pleased to introduce the newest addition to their team.


Related Topix: Dentistry, Medicine, Walhalla, SC, Charleston, SC, University of South Carolina, Medical University of South Carolina

The Charlotte Observer

NC jobless rate remains at 6.4 percent

For the third consecutive month, the jobless rate was stuck at 5.3 percent, according to a report from the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce.


Related Topix: North Carolina

Post and Courier

College of Charleston's Doug Wojcik back on recruiting trail

Embattled College of Charleston men's basketball coach Doug Wojcik is on the road recruiting with the university's approval, The Post and Courier has learned.


Related Topix: North Augusta, SC

Thu Jul 17, 2014

Post and Courier

New earthquake maps show Charleston still in the bull's-eye on East Coast

Damage to buildings at 167-169 East Bay Street after the earthquake of 1886. The U.S. Geological Survey recently updated its earthquake hazard maps for the first time since 2008, but the Charleston area is considered a high-risk spot for future temblors.


Related Topix: Earthquake, Natural Disasters, Charleston, SC, Geology, Science

Wed Jul 16, 2014

The Detroit News

Oakland University's new leader ponders if school should sustain growth

When George W. Hynd takes the helm of Oakland University next month, he plans to examine whether the school should keep pursuing the rapid growth it has enjoyed over the past 15 years.


Related Topix: Oakland University, Pepperdine University, Northern Arizona University, University of Georgia, Purdue University

Post and Courier

Former College of Charleston pitcher Ryan Mau named head coach at Longwood

Ryan Mau, a former pitcher at the College of Charleston, was named head baseball coach at Longwood University in Farmville, Va., on Wednesday.


Related Topix: Longwood University, Farmville, VA

ABC News 4 Charleston

Organizers: 2014 Charleston Fashion Week saw record crowds

Fashion Week officials announced Tuesday more people attended the 2014 event than ever before.


Detroit Free Press

New OU president to receive $400,000 a year in salary, contract shows

George W. Hynd speaks during a news conference July 9, 2014, in Auburn Hills. Hynd, who formerly served as provost and executive vice president of academic affairs for the College of Charleston in South Carolina, has been selected as the next president of Oakland University.


Related Topix: South Carolina, Oakland University


Aynor man interns, learns firsthand about environmental needs

James is one of 12 chosen as an intern, with seven representing their respective congressional districts and five representing the state at large.


Related Topix: Aynor, SC, Moncks Corner, SC, Charleston, SC, Santee, SC

Charleston City Paper

McConnell must do a lot to earn the respect of CofC students

"While McConnell does plan to use guidance counselors at high schools to reach out to minorities, the College of Charleston needs to be a place where minorities can feel like their stories and experiences are wanted, and that they're not just there as a means to meet a diversity quota."


Related Topix: Charleston, SC, African-American

Tue Jul 15, 2014

Charleston Business Journal

New educational facility completed in North Charleston

Construction of a new classroom and office building for the College of Charleston North Campus and Lowcountry Graduate Center is finished, according to a news release.


Related Topix: Charleston, SC, North Charleston, SC

Seattle Times

New chapter for Book-It Rep's managing director

Charlotte Tiencken, the managing director of the popular Book-It Repertory Theatre since 2007, is resigning her post to join the arts management faculty at the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina.


Related Topix: Charleston, SC, Theater

Post and Courier

Filmmakers in train crash that killed College of Charleston graduate Sarah Jones go briefly to jail

Two filmmakers charged with manslaughter in connection with a train crash that killed a member of their movie crew have been allowed to return to California after turning themselves in at a Georgia jail for booking.


Mon Jul 14, 2014

Carolina Beaches

CofC: Honors College Alumni Return to Teach Summer Course in Public Health

The College of Charleston welcomed back two alumni on July 10, 2014 to teach a Summer II course titled Global Perspectives on Poverty, Inequality and Vulnerability .


Related Topix: Health Care Policy, Health, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, Holly Ridge, NC

Myrtle Beach Online

Extreme high tides could lead to flooding on Pawleys Island

The Charleston Post and Courier reports Saturday’s big moon is the first of three this summer, with the largest coming in August, according to College of Charleston astronomer Terry Richardson.


Related Topix: Pawleys Island, SC, Astronomy, Science, Myrtle Beach, SC