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Time to count artistic blessings

Next is Mark Sloan, director and curator at the College of Charleston’s Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art. Sloan has been steadily creating a nexus of contemporary art and putting together shows that both provoke and educate at the same. Before Sloan made it his mission to bring modern art to Charleston in 1994, it was […]

The tale of two Georgias

Rural decline concerns us all By Tammy Ingram Atlanta may be the largest city in the Deep South, but every Georgian knows that Atlanta — or ‘lanter, as I thought it was called while growing up in South Georgia — is hardly representative of the state, much less the entire region. The metro area is […]

Italian film festival to offer 13 movies, seminars, Q&A sessions

“Like past editions of the festival, this seventh one is open to everyone, not only students and faculty,” Giovanna De Luca, festival director and professor of Italian studies and cinema at the College of Charleston, said in a statement. “This year we selected movies that tackle specific social and ethical topics, such as the function […]

When Upper King was a battlefield

However, experts continue to try to get a more complete picture on just how much remains buried. Two years ago, College of Charleston geology professor Scott Harris worked with a team using ground-penetrating radar to try to get a more complete picture.

Top Universities in Asia Offer Prestige, Business Skills

National University of Singapore has a partnership with Yale University, and professors from Northwestern University acted as consultants to help create the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, says Alan Shao, dean of the business school at the College of Charleston in South Carolina. He has traveled to Asia more than 100 times and […]

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