Articles by Nicole DeMarco


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Office of Sustainability presents first ‘Sustainability Week’

  The Office of Sustainability will be hosting the first annual Sustainability week April 2-5.  There will be numerous events and speakers aimed to teach students about sustainability and explain what the College is doing to become more sustainable. The Transportation Expo, featuring participating organizations like Charleston Moves and CARTA, will kickoff a week’s worth…

Halsey Institute receives prestigious Verner Award

College of Charleston’s Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art was recently presented with an Elizabeth O’Neill Verner Governor’s Award, with special recognition of its director Mark Sloan. These awards are coordinated by the South Carolina Arts Commission: a state agency whose primary focus is to promote artistic environments within the state and encourage public participation through…

South Carolina primary, CNN debate, provide students with volunteer opportunities

Recent events have drawn media attention to both South Carolina and Charleston.  Highlights include the Mike Huckabee Show filmed in the Sottile Theatre, a town hall with Congressman Ron Paul, the Steven Colbert and Herman Cain Rally, plus multiple CNN broadcasts featuring Anderson Cooper and Erin Burnett. With the South Carolina primary shifting the political…

New Office of Economic Development aims to make students more employable

The College recently created a new administrative office, the Office of Economic Development in order to foster better relationships with businesses throughout the state and the Lowcountry, with the hopes of better preparing students for jobs within the business sector. Robert Marlowe, Senior Vice President of Economic Development and former Board of Trustees chairman, will head…

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Library launches school supply drive from Nov. 14 to 23

From Nov. 14 to 23, Addlestone Library, working in collaboration with the School of Education, Health and Human Performance, will be collecting school supplies as donations. Students are encouraged to donate whatever they can.  The top ten requested items are pencils (No. 2), crayons (24 pack), composition notebooks, filler paper, notebooks, erasers, rulers, washable markers…

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