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Commencement 2014

Posted by: smithm3 | May 13, 2014 | No Comment |

Thank you to Dr. Boucher for these photos of the ceremony that took place this past weekend! Congratulations again to all of the now-graduated seniors.

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Congratulations Carson Fisher!

Posted by: smithm3 | May 9, 2014 | No Comment |

Carson Fisher received the Phi Kappa Phi Outstanding Research Paper Award for her bachelors essay on South Carolina media coverage of the Civil Rights Movement.

Congratulations to Carson!

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Congratulations to John Scaringi ’13!

Posted by: smithm3 | May 8, 2014 | No Comment |

One of our former graduates, John Scaringi, was recently published in The Journal of South Carolina Medical Association. His article, which was completed over the course of two independent studies with our own Scott Poole, won the Worthington Prize competition and won first place in the undergraduate category. The article is titled, “Yellow Fever and the Emergence of Public Health Policy in Charleston, South Carolina.”

Congratulations to John and to Scott, as well!

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Happy Summer!

Posted by: smithm3 | May 5, 2014 | No Comment |

To all the students who are heading home for the summer, be safe and enjoy yourselves! We will see you when you return for the Fall.

To all of the graduating seniors, congratulations and good luck! Onto bigger, better things!

under: 2014, End of Semester

Cougar Countdown Events – May 2, 2014

Posted by: smithm3 | May 2, 2014 | No Comment |

Cougar Countdown is an opportunity for students to stay calm, centered and stay the course as they prepare for final exams. Each day students will have an opportunity to experience different ways to prepare and relax.

Here are today’s (05.02.14) activities:

  1. Coffee on the Green – 07:45a, Rivers Green
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Cougar Countdown Events – May 1, 2014

Posted by: smithm3 | May 1, 2014 | No Comment |

Cougar Countdown is an opportunity for students to stay calm, centered and stay the course as they prepare for final exams. Each day students will have an opportunity to experience different ways to prepare and relax.

Here are today’s (05.01.14) activities:

  1. Coffee on the Green – 07:45a, Rivers Green
  2. Lunch on the Go! – 11:00a, Stern Center Lobby
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Cougar Countdown is an opportunity for students to stay calm, centered and stay the course as they prepare for final exams. Each day students will have an opportunity to experience different ways to prepare and relax.

Here are today’s (04.29.14) activities:

  1. Coffee on the Green – 07:45a, Rivers Green
  2. Mini Massages – 10:00a – 01:00p, Stern Center
  3. Pets for Less Stress (Puppies on the Green)– 12:00p – 03:00p, Rivers Green
  4. Study Break – 12:00p – 03:00p, Rivers Green
  5. Yoga – 03:00p, Robert Scott Small (RSS) 319
  6. Zumba – 04:00p, Johnson Center 201

Here are tomorrow’s (04.30.14) activities:

  1. Coffee on the Green – 07:45a, Rivers Green
  2. Yoga – 10:00a, Robert Scott Small (RSS) 319
  3. Cougar Cookout – 04:00p, Rivers Green
  4. Snack Break – 06:00p, Stern Center
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Cougar Countdown Events – April 28, 2014

Posted by: smithm3 | April 28, 2014 | No Comment |

Cougar Countdown is an opportunity for students to stay calm, centered and stay the course as they prepare for final exams. Each day students will have an opportunity to experience different ways to prepare and relax.

Here are today’s (04.28.14) activities:

  1. Coffee on the Green – 07:45a, Rivers Green
  2. Pop-Up Breakfast Cafe – 07:45a, Rivers Green
  3. Coffee Break – 09:00a, Stern Center
  4. Yoga – 10:00a, Robert Scott Small (RSS) 319
  5. Persimmon Cafe Snack Break – 01:00p, Rivers Green
  6. Yoga – 02:00p, Robert Scott Small (RSS) 319
  7. Zumba – 04:00p, Johnson Center 201
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Hello! I’m the New Admin!

Posted by: smithm3 | April 28, 2014 | No Comment |

Hey there, everyone. I know there haven’t really been any new blog posts since December 2013 prior to a few days ago. The previous admin, Deirdre, will no longer be updating this blog. I will! And who am I?

I’m Maryalice! Or May, since it’s easier to remember and also easier to type. Originally, I’m from New York – Long Island, specifically. If you’ve never been there, I promise, you’re not missing anything. My husband and I moved down to Charleston in July 2013 – sort of on a whim! We’ve been loving it so far, and we’re really excited to be down here.  I’m still learning how to adjust to people saying hello to me on the street; in New York, that sort of behavior is suspicious and suspect.

As of this post, I am in my third week here in the Department of History. It has been a great experience. Everyone has been very helpful, welcoming, and gracious.

Please feel free to drop by and introduce yourself, say hello, etc.. I’m in the room with all of the mailboxes (Maybank 202). I almost always have some variant of chocolate on my desk, if you need extra incentive to come say hi, and yes, you are totally allowed to help yourself!

Anyway, good luck on finals, and I wish you all a great summer! I will see you all – or should I say y’all – when you get back for the Fall.

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