Full trip details are found here.
All Campus Recreation Services facilities will be closed during the fall break period.
You can review our fall break schedule here.
You live in the Lowcountry surrounded by water opportunities. One of the easiest and least expensive ways to get out on the water is by SUP. Learning to paddle doesn’t take long but oh does it open up a whole new world to you!
If you’ve never done this before, come let us show you the way. If you are familiar with it but feel there is more to learn, we can help there too.
Our fall schedule is listed here. Start your school year with something completely new!
With team names like Sons of Pitches and The Hacks, you just know this is going to be fun. Why not join in with the other faculty and staff who find their fun on a clay-filled diamond?
Details can be found here in The College Today story.
In the neighborhood of 1200 students work for the College of Charleston in quite varied roles. To be nominated for the prestigious Student Employee of the Year award is surely recognition well-deserved! Two CRS employees received a nomination nod this year: Alexis Porfilio and Katherine Karel.
Alexis’ supervisor had these comments to share about why she is a key player in our operation. “She regularly exceeds the expectations we have for our employees and does so without hesitation. She enjoys tremendous respect among our student staff, so much so, that she is entrusted to lead them. Another of the areas in which she excels is in greeting visiting families and the prospective students. Her conversational skills and ability to connect with them provides a meaningful visit for those persons considering attending our school.”
Katherine’s supervisor gushed about what progress and contributions Kat makes to the program. “When I first hired Kat, I was just looking for a good employee who could fill some simple tasks. Not only did she exceed those expectations but she is an amazing example of what our CofC students should be. Aside from staying on top of her studies, she immersed herself in so many new opportunities and activities that the College offers. The net result being we got the better of this relationship because each and every week we end up with a better version of Kat working for us!”
And then there was this surprise of surprises. Bucky Buchanan, most recognized for his role in supervising the George Street Fitness Center and its programming, won for Supervisor of the Year. There are a lot of superlatives that can be said of Bucky: intelligent, hard-working, enthusiastic, caring, and humble. I am sure the students who nominated him found many more to list. At the end of the day, we are just plain fortunate to have him on our team!
While it may not be the first thing persons think when joining a sport club, powerful connections can be formed by those who participate as evidenced by this touching tribute.
Read the story about the Griffin Award on the College’s e-news site, The College Today.
The climbing club set out Friday, February 15 for the Rumble 2019, an outdoor bouldering competition hosted by the Carolina Climber’s Coalition at Chimney Rock State Park outside of Lake Lure, NC.
The conditions were less than ideal but a little cold and rain wasn’t going to deter our group’s high spirits. The trip included sends of some ultra classic Rumbling Bald boulder problems known as Crescent Crack, Sleeping in the Devil’s Bed, and Black Slab Right. Nothing like a weekend at the Bald to make one fall in love with bouldering all over again.
Interested in climbing? Give the club a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Undaunted is a term that describes this group of upbeat personalities. The College of Charleston swim club did not fold when the campus pool closed a couple of years back. Instead, and true to form, this group found an alternative location that would permit them to continue what they love best — swimming and competing.
No home pool simply means every meet is a travel weekend. The bright side is they get to go places and see the best the region has to offer. This past weekend was a short trip up the road to our neighbors in Columbia. USC has a fine natatorium and that only added to a fun weekend. Two club members were able to post personal bests as they all fight for a chance to qualify for the season ending meet.
Pictured on the front row: Will McCloud, Chris Barongan, Rowan Emerson, Sarah Brown, Carly Grabner and Leah Taylor.
Back row: Marshall Wallace, Rene Touma, Taylor Harkey, Allison Pegram, Bobby Carey, Zoe Daher (captain), Charles Taibi, Spencer Lukehart, Taylor Kerr and Hannah Hanes.
Every so often something quite out of the ordinary appears and it is something you wish you could have. In this particular case the creation is from one of our very own. Mo Shideed ’05, who worked for Campus Recreation Services as a referee and a facility supervisor while at the College has clearly moved on to better things.
I’ll have to ask Mo the next time I see him to explain just how he arrived where he is today, but first Mo another bowl of gelato, “Please!” Great to see another of our alumni making his mark.
To see for yourself what Mo has created, visit his shop here.
All wrapped up in one tidy place you will find a listing and photos of last semester’s intramural champions, notes about our sport clubs, along with a glance at the spring schedule of activities and our hours of operation.
Assistant director, Freddie Lipata, is the newsletter’s editor. Give him a shout out if you enjoyed looking through this issue.