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7:46 am on Wednesday October 22, 2014

Jack's Cafe closing, but will reopen with a new owner

After 42 years, the George Street icon will close on October 31.
6:32 am on Wednesday April 23, 2014

'Upsetting the Gentility' at the College of Charleston

Charleston has again earned a feature in The New York Times, this time over McConnell's affection for Confederate history and censorship over a book recommendation at the College of Charleston.
4:58 am on Tuesday April 15, 2014

Student sues C of C, former professor in alleged sexual misconduct

A College of Charleston is unsatisfied with the school's actions in the wake of coerced sex allegations against former music professor Enrique Graf.
12:36 am on Sunday March 23, 2014

How McConnell came to lead the College of Charleston

Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell is no stranger to political cunning, and it seems to have not failed him in getting the top job at his alma mater.
12:27 am on Sunday March 23, 2014

President McConnell has plans for the College of Charleston

Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell says he will use his political now how to secure a doctorate program, and focus on growth, from profit to, yes, diversity at S.C.'s third-largest university.
7:23 pm on Saturday March 22, 2014

McConnell voted in as new College of Charleston president

Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell may be controversial to students, faculty, and face opposition from the NAACP, but the board of trustees unanimously voted for the well-connected S.C. politician and academia newcomer.
7:55 pm on Tuesday March 18, 2014

Mayor Riley expected to promote CofC, MUSC college merger

Charleston's mayor said he intends to promote the controversial idea to merge the College of Charleston and the Medical University of South Carolina, during a S.C. House committee on Wednesday morning.
4:02 am on Monday March 17, 2014

Lawmakers add precedent in college censorship

A poltical debate with some S.C. legislators has left public colleges with funding at the cost of freedom.
8:35 am on Friday March 14, 2014

Riot Grrrls, Zines and Twenty Years of Activism

In the early 1990s, young women calling themselves riot grrls published funky, handmade, photocopied booklets documenting their wide range of experiences and politics. The publication of these zines gave rise to the third wave feminist movement....

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