Archive | July, 2010

How we can pay the poets- Charleston Post and Courier

Carol Ann Davis is a poet, which means she understands that netherworld between poverty and perfection. As a professor of poetry at the College of Charleston, she shares her talent with future wordsmiths and helps edit a magazine called “Crazyhorse,” which has survived 50 years in many homes, the last decade as an itinerant guest […]

Mystery donor makes it rain for C of C -Charleston Business Journal

The College of Charleston received an anonymous $250,000 donation that will fund a pair of scholarships and support two programs, the school announced today. The gift will include $175,000 for two four-year merit-based scholarships, $50,000 for the college‚Äôs new MBA program and $25,000 to expand the Bonner Leaders Program. The scholarships will be available in […]

Hip-hop history 101- Charleston Post and Courier

As students settle down and cool off, KRS-One addresses the class, via documentary, about his decades-old feud with MC Shan. His name might not be well-known to those in the classroom, but that’s why they’re here. It is part of a hip-hop class taught by Roneka Matheny this summer at the College of Charleston. http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2010/jul/17/hip-hop-history-101/

Hilton Head Wine & Food Festival positions itself as a destination event- Hilton Head Island Packet

“We need to go beyond (its roots),” Ann-Marie Adams, the event’s producer and executive director of the Hilton Head Hospitality Association, said Thursday. She spoke after organizers launched “a new era” of the festival Thursday by showing off a new logo, introducing this year’s volunteer leadership and releasing data about the event’s economic impact, estimated […]

Fulbright award- Charleston Post and Courier

College of Charleston professor and administrator Kay Smith has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship at Hong Kong Polytechnic University for fall 2011 and spring 2012. Smith, associate vice president for the academic experience at the college, will be building general education curriculum in Hong Kong universities. http://www.postandcourier.com/news/2010/jul/15/15chcampc/

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