Author Archives: Lauren Saulino

Dedication of Little Free Library, North Campus Tomorrow!

https://blogs.cofc.edu/addlestonereport/2015/05/05/dedication-of-little-free-library-north-campus-tomorrow/ Posted by: Joey | May 5, 2015 | No Comment | Please feel free to drop by the North Campus Wednesday May 6 at 9:30 AM, for the dedication of ourLittle Free Library. The Library was built and donated by … Continue reading

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Brandon Chapman to Attend Ralph Bunche Summer Institute at Duke University

Originally Posted by: wichmannkm | April 24, 2015 Political Science and African American Studies Double-Major Brandon Chapman will attend the Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI) at Duke University. This intensive five-week program is named in honor of the 1950 Nobel … Continue reading

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Pledge Against Racism

Join us as we take a stand TODAY 12–2:00p.m. Cougar Mall

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2015 Student Diversity Conference & Social Justice Symposium

http://diversity.cofc.edu/2014-student-diversity-conference.php  The Social Justice Symposium will be the first event of the 4th Annual Student Diversity Conference (April 10th and 11th). The purpose of the Symposium is to feature the work of our students who have developed research or community-based … Continue reading

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Student-led “Black Lives Matter” Rally TODAY at 1:00 p.m.

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Write the Vision, Make It Plain: Narrative and Counter Narrative as a Prelude to the Black Student Movement

  Emerging Scholar Lecture  

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Road to Change: Past, Present, Future (April 4)

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Theodore B. Guerard Lecture Series: Classics, Black Colleges, and Civil Rights

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CofC Theatre: Home on the Mornin’ Train

This week, the Department of Theatre and Dance in the College of Charleston School of the Arts will open Kim Hines’ moving drama, Home on the Mornin’ Train. The kindness of strangers amidst great danger has kept the Underground Railroad alive … Continue reading

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Medicinal Plants and Well-Being Practices in Early African America, Ywone Edwards-Ingram

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