Archive | June, 2010

Spirituality vs. religion- Charleston Post and Courier

Worldview often defines individual’s spirituality (op/ed) One of the great challenges in the study of world religions is the problem of terminology and basic concepts. It is far easier to define fundamental concepts within a single tradition, such as “religion” as defined within Christianity, as compared with defining that concept across multiple traditio Lee Irwin […]

CofC analyst, professor weighs in on SC political climate, runoff races-WCSC

Election cycles rife with ambiguous, difficult-to-prove claims and damning personal attacks may make for good entertainment, but it fails to inform the voters, says a communications professor and political analyst from the College of Charleston. “I’ve never seen a primary season quite like this one where all the candidates are talking about marital infidelity with […]

Tim Scott, Black Republican, Nominated for House Seat-Bloomberg

The district — which stretches along South Carolina’s Coast and includes Fort Sumter, the site of the first military clash of the Civil War — “is a Republican seat,” said Brian McGee, a professor at the College of Charleston with an expertise in political communication.

Haley campaigns with big GOP names-AP

About 100 people turned out at the College of Charleston as Haley appeared with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and his wife Ann, popular former first lady Jenny Sanford and primary opponent Henry McMaster, who this week endorsed Haley. One of the tricky things in a runoff is trying to determine where votes for the […]

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