Senator Doug Jones successfully prosecuted two former KKK member for their roles in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing. He will be speaking at Mother Emanuel AME Church this Friday, the 31st, at 3:00pm. This event is being sponsored by the office of the President, and students, staff and faculty are invited.
Community engagement activities from HSA, LOI, and more
The City of Charleston’s Department of Housing and Community Development will host a discussion regarding the goals and strategies for the city’s 5-Year Consolidated Plan and the Analysis of Impediment for Fair Housing Choice. These plans provide a vital roadmap for the allocation of future federal funding in our Lowcountry communities. The conversation will cover housing, education, economic development, and more. The city is specifically seeking insight from College of Charleston students on their community priorities.
When: Tuesday, January 28th @ 4:00pm
Where: Lightsey Center Suite 203
Interested students can reach out to Katya Caleca at email@example.com for more information. This is a great opportunity for students to engage with local government and learn about the process of allocating federal funds!
Proposals for the second annual Sturcken Memorial Oratorical Competition are now open. Voice your opinion on an issue you see on College of Charleston’s campus regarding inclusivity, sustainability, or another area, as well as your suggested solution. Cash prizes and a commitment by the College to work toward solving the problem are on offer.
Visit this page for details and the proposal form.
MUSC is recruiting volunteers for an upcoming Health Fair aimed at increasing health screenings and education programs for individuals with intellectual disabilities. MUSC is partnering with Special Olympics for this Heath Fair, and all volunteers will receive in-person training. Please see MUSC Health Fair Flyer for additional details.