Articles by Olivia Cohen


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Blog from Abroad: On Being an Accidental Religious Ambassador

Walking through the streets of Cape Coast, a mid-sized city propelled to existence by the fishing industry, it is obvious that people here take religion very seriously. Small, brightly colored wood and cinderblock shacks call themselves “Jesus My True Lord Will Fight For Me Electronics” and “Bathe Thyself in the Blood of Redemption Enterprises” –…

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Behind the Scenes: A day in the life of the Physical Plant and Grounds

The Physical Plant and Grounds Department at the College of Charleston are responsible for the maintenance of all non-Residence Buildings and landscapes on campus. The Physical Plant, comprised of 15 shops, as well as Grounds, comprised of 15 people, have a huge presence on campus, and yet they remain anonymous to most students and faculty….

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Animosity shifts from McConnell to Board of Trustees during third protest this month

Chants from hundreds of impassioned students shouting “This is what democracy looks like!” filled the Cistern Yard this morning during the third protest against Glenn McConnell’s consideration for the position of the College of Charleston’s 22nd president. This is the first protest since he was selected as president elect by the Board of Trustees on…

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