Archive | October, 2012

Don ZanFagna, visionary artist, reimagines way we live; ‘Pulse Dome’ series on display at Halsey Institute- Charleston Post and Courier

He is more than an artist, said Mark Sloan, director of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art. He’s a visionary whose work pushes boundaries and probes big questions. It’s not meant to serve as an explicit blueprint for a sane new world, Sloan said. It is ZanFagna’s way of channeling profound concerns.  

College of Charleston sophomore to speak on coral protection at U.N. convention- Charleston Post and Courier

Alix Generous never expected to be presenting research at a United Nations convention, at least not as a sophomore at the College of Charleston. Then again, she never expected to discover a new way to deal with coral reef deterioration, either. Yet on Wednesday, she’ll be presenting original research at the U.N. Convention on Biological […]

Team Obama needs more arithmetic- The Hill

By Jack Bass, College of Charleston   Maybe the Obama campaign needs to bring Bill Clinton back for another lesson in Arithmetic. When Steve Croft on CBS’s 60 Minutes confronted President Obama Sunday a week ago about an unemployment rate of more than eight percent, he got a stumbling response.   Bass is author or […]

CofC researchers ponder happenings in the heavens- WCIV

Ever wonder what would happen to a giant gas cloud if it moved close to a massive black hole? Maybe not, but researchers at the College of Charleston say considering questions like that could lead to a greater understanding of how the universe works. Recently, CofC scientists partnered with researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National […]

Talking business with Boeing’s CEO, other heavyweights, at the College of Charleston- Charleston Post and Courier

A who’s who of business, including the CEO of aerospace giant Boeing Co., is descending on the College of Charleston campus this morning to talk about the future of South Carolina’s economy and creating new jobs. Boeing chief Jim McNerney, whose company employs more than 6,000 workers at its 787 Dreamliner factories in North Charleston, […]

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