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10 hrs ago | Post and Courier

Since when did theater reviews become part of Summerville Town Council's job?

See, a couple of council members have decided the Flowertown Players need some, well, direction after they were shocked - shocked - by the theater company's version of the Broadway show "Rent" earlier this year.


Related Topix: Theater, Arts, Summerville, SC

Fri Jul 11, 2014

Myrtle Beach Online

Extreme high tides could lead to flooding on Pawleys Island

The Charleston Post and Courier reports Saturday's big moon t 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, Business News

Post and Courier

Sapakoff: College of Charleston should pay Wojcik and move on, even if it costs $1.2 million

Overtime is one of the best things about college basketball, unless it's the College of Charleston threatening to enter a third week of the Doug Wojcik mess without resolution or significant comment.


Thu Jul 10, 2014

Art Daily


The Long Beach Museum of Art opened its latest exhibition on July 10 entitled The Paternal Suit: Heirlooms from the F. Scott Hess Family Foundation.


Related Topix: Charleston, SC, Sumter, SC

Post and Courier

Flowertown Players caught up in latest battle over artistic freedom

An effort to cut funding for a Summerville theater company after a popular musical generated complaints over language is the latest battle in an ongoing war between conservative politicians and artists.


Related Topix: Summerville, SC, Theater, Arts

Wed Jul 09, 2014

USA Today

Schools' budgets altered amid gay-themed assignment

"When August rolls around, there will be some collective action," she says. "I'm excited to see what's going to happen."


Related Topix: Gay/Lesbian, South Carolina, South Carolina Government, University of South Carolina Upstate, Nikki Haley, US Governors

Post and Courier

'Reckless' to return in new time slot for third episode

"Reckless" could be turning out to be a wreck for CBS, which announced it was moving the time slot for the airing of the third episode of the Charleston-based legal drama.


Detroit Free Press

Oakland University taps George Hynd as new president

New Oakland University President George Hynd, center, chats with OU board chairman Michael Kramer and board members Monica Emerson and Richard Flynn while awaiting a press conference following his hiring on Wednesday, July 9, 2014.


Related Topix: Oakland University, Arizona State University, Purdue University, University of Northern Colorado

The Moultrie News

How do we fix our beloved Palmetto State?

If you are anywhere on the South Carolina coast between Memorial Day and Labor Day, you don't have to look too hard to see that we've got something here that people from all over seem to really want.


Related Topix: South Carolina, Sullivan's Island, SC, Charleston, SC

Post and Courier

McConnell right not to push expanded University of Charleston

On June 21 The Post and Courier's Diane Knich reported that a Commission on Higher Education official informed incoming College of Charleston President Glenn McConnell that the College need not seek legislative authorization to initiate Ph.D. programs as a Research I University, because the CHE has the authority to grant that status itself.


Related Topix: University of Charleston

Detroit News

Oakland University expected to name new president Wednesday

A special meeting scheduled for 10 a.m. at the Oakland Center includes an agenda item 'to appoint Oakland University's next president,' according to a news release issued Tuesday afternoon by the school.


Related Topix: Oakland University, South Carolina, Bowling Green State University, University of Texas at Arlington

Tue Jul 08, 2014


Female shrimps are more aggressive

Female snapping shrimps are more aggressive than males, frequently snapping their deadly claws at each other, a study has shown.


Related Topix: South Carolina

Charleston hoop coach won't travel to recruit

The school issued a statement Tuesday saying Wojcik could attend meetings in Charleston but not travel.


Related Topix: Bradenton, FL

News 12 WRDW

South Carolina a $13 billion industry

Travis' experience isn't just limited to television. He also worked extensively with the Red & Black, UGA's student newspaper, and hosted a weekly talk radio show on WUOG.


Related Topix: North Augusta, SC

Post and Courier

New location for College of Charleston North Campus is completed

The new home of the College of Charleston North Campus and the Lowcountry Graduate Center has been completed, the developer said Tuesday.


Related Topix: North Charleston, SC

The Aiken Standard

Jacobs looks forward to new principal post

SUBMITTED PHOTO Longtime educator Wendy Jacobs has left North Augusta Middle School to become the new North Augusta Elementary School principal.


Related Topix: Education Etc., Family, Kids, North Augusta, SC

Mon Jul 07, 2014

The Kingstree News

Trashed: South Carolina ranked dirtiest state

Litter comes in every shape and size from a cigarette butt to a mattress like this one that was discarded in front of a church in Kingstree.


Related Topix: South Carolina, South Carolina Government, Kingstree, SC, Williamsburg County, SC

Post and Courier

College of Charleston's McConnell will be 'very thorough' with Wojcik ...

College of Charleston coach Doug Wojcik checks out the scoreboard against Furman at TD Arena on Saturday January 5, 2013.


P.E.O awards local student

Carole Russell, P.E.O. President, presents Letitia Carpenter a local scholarship award of $600.


Sun Jul 06, 2014

Slate Magazine

Hands Off Your Grad Students

Some things in academia never change. Even in an age when the feminists apparently control everything , it seems that the practice of older scholars sleeping with much younger graduate students is alive and well, I wouldn't say "well."