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Will Allen of Growing Power encourages Charlestonians to support local foods

Wednesday evening’s talk from Will Allen, CEO of the Milwaukee based urban farming company Growing Power, Inc., proved to be an intimate and informative experience for community members, college faculty and students. The event was prefaced by a mellow acoustic set by the local duet Oh Valentino, with tunes ranging from “I Will Wait” to…

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CofC students and faculty remember last snow day four years ago and last snow storm in ’89

For four and a half days, snow assailed Charleston. Two winter storms caused College of Charleston to close its doors, and sanitation crews charged with cleaning up the mess worked diligently to keep the city on its feet. Charleston, however, is not well equipped to handle the icy conditions of these winter storms. Due to…

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College of Charleston cancels all classes and events for fourth time this semester due to inclement weather

UPDATE: The College announced at 5:47 p.m. that all classes and events will be cancelled again tomorrow, Feb. 13, due to expected weather conditions impacting the area. The winter air filled with whoops, hollers and wolf whistles at midnight last night as the news reached student-filled streets of Peninsular Charleston: Yet again, classes are cancelled…

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Sierra Club ranks CofC as a Cool School for its sustainability initiatives

How many schools can say that they are on the Sierra Club’s radar for excellence in sustainability initiatives? Only 164 in the nation, and College of Charleston ranked 157th this year. “We’re not ranked very high,” Jen Jones, Facilities Coordinator in the Office of Sustainability, said, “but even to be on that list is a…

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