Archive | November, 2010

Tea Party May Help Black GOP Candidates- Fox News

“Overall, the African American community will still more closely identify with the policies of the Democratic Party — mostly because of socioeconomic status and the economic policies they offer,” said Kendra Stewart, a political science professor at the College of Charleston. “Regardless of race and gender, people still tend to vote the issues.”

Rare volumes offer insight- Charleston Post and Courier

Outdoor enthusiasts and history buffs soon will be able to peruse more than 2,000 rare angling and sporting books at the College of Charleston’s library. The collection, compiled by Dr. Greville Haslam, contains volumes published between the 17th and early 20th centuries. Howard and Mary Phipps donated the collection to the Marlene and Nathan Addlestone […]

“Kingmaker” DeMint Urges Change from Within GOP- Fox News

“His seat is pretty secure. And what happened during this election is likely to happen in future elections if the climate stays the same,” said Kendra Stewart, a political science professor at the College of Charleston. “So, he would definitely be somebody you would want to be friends with.”

Charleston library has rare outdoor sporting books- AP

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) – The College of Charleston is preparing to display a collection of more than 2,000 rare outdoor sporting books that date from the 17th century. The Post and Courier of Charleston reported that Howard and Mary Phipps have donated a collection of books published between the 17th century and early 20th century. […]

Capital BookFest makes its way to Charleston- Charleston City Paper

Wentworth quickly jumped on board and put Alexander in touch with a handful of local literary leaders, like Blue Bicycle Books’ Jonathan Sanchez and the College of Charleston’s Carol Ann Davis. “In a city with so many writers, it seemed like a book festival was long overdue,” Wentworth says.

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