A Self Post – Considering Viktor Frankl

Two weeks ago (26 March) marked the birthday of Viktor Frankl, the existential philosopher, psychotherapist, and author who survived Nazi concentration camps during World...

Global Ambassadors Program

I sat down with the Honorable Jim Melville, Jr. recently about an incredible program for 3rd year students. To find out more about the...

Pinning Learning

The ancient philosopher Demetrius taught that overcoming obstacles is a lot like wrestling: you need know only a couple of moves really well to...

Episode 4 – Juliette Bourdier – Cultivating Soft Skills with an Undergraduate Academic Journal in French

I recently sat down with Dr. Juliette Bourdier to discuss an undergraduate journal she has created for second language French students. She discussed with...

HispaCast – Episode 3 – Accomplished Novelist, Poet, and Literary Critic Raúl Carrillo Arciniega

Mark P. Del Mastro, Chair of Hispanic Studies, interviews Dr. Raúl Carrillo Arciniega, Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies, to discuss Professor Carrillo’s views and experiences...

How a Break at Work Benefits Family

I’m not sure what comes to your mind when you hear “break time,” but the word harbors a treasure of memories for me. My...

A Question for Roediger

Okay. So, we’re about three months away from the day that Henry Roediger will descend onto the College of Charleston campus and deliver an...

Episode 3 – Watching Films Critically with Mari Crabtree

As teachers, we are constantly looking for teaching methods that are socially relevant and pedagogically meaningful. This two-pronged goal to be cool and educational...

2,400 Years and Counting!

Recently, a group of divers discovered a 2,400-year-old Greek merchant vessel at the bottom of the Black Sea. That puts the ship in the...

Episode 2 – Spatial Narratives with Sarah Koellner (January 2019)

  Sarah Koellner, a visiting assistant professor in the German and Russian Department, is using a technique called mapping to see the changing dynamics...