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Thin layer placement (TLP): it’s not as scary as it looks!

In fact, TLP is a beneficial restoration technique used by engineers and coastal managers to restore marsh elevations to help them keep pace with sea level rise. But, how does it work? TLP is a process where sediment from dredging is transported and applied in a thin layer to a marsh’s surface. On this , the Consortium is excited to announce that our project team (Consortium staff with South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, College of Charleston, and LSU Tigers) has been awarded nearly $500,000 to assess the overall potential to make TLP successful through a meaningful co-production approach with interested parties in South Carolina. This funding was received through a joint grant competition between the U.S. Coastal Research Program and Sea Grant.

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We believe in Business as a Force for Good! The College of Charleston Master of Business Administration program is proud to sponsor the Good Business Summit with Lowcountry Local First on Feb 9th. Join us to learn from national and local business leaders on how to build your business for profit and purpose.

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College of Charleston sophomore William Helfgott has turned a beehive he won through his 4H program when he was just 8 years old into a thriving business called River Bluff Honey
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Yesterday, the CCSD Learning Services team kicked off Black History Month by visiting the Avery Institute at College of Charleston.

The Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture is located on the site of the former Avery Normal Institute. It was a hub for Charleston’s African American community from 1865–1954 that trained its students for professional careers and leadership roles.

In 1985, the alumni of the Avery Normal Institute, spearheaded by the Honorable Lucille Whipper, formed the Avery Institute of Afro-American History and Culture. It joined with the College of Charleston to establish the Avery Research Center to preserve the legacy of the Avery Normal Institute and educate the community on the history and culture of African Americans in Charleston, the South Carolina Lowcountry, and South Carolina at large.

The Avery Institute is a separate non-profit organization that provides support to the Avery Research Center’s programs and operations. and assists the Center in acquiring archival collections.

To learn more about the Avery Research Center, please visit the link below:

https://avery.cofc.edu/about/avery-institute-of-afro-american-history-culture/

AAvery Research Center for African American History and Culture
Kassouf promoted 13 team members in January, naming two new directors. Three team members were promoted to principal, and a new principal joined the firm.

Kassouf’s new directors include Margaret Cook and Joni Wyatt, who both work in Kassouf’s Healthcare Group. They are the first shareholders at Kassouf who are not Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), making history and further solidifying Kassouf as an advisory firm.

Margaret Cook is a two-time Samford University alum who provides specialized consulting services with an emphasis on physician practice management. She is also involved with MGMA and Vestavia Hills Sunrise Rotary Club.

Joni Wyatt is a College of Charleston and Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) alum who specializes in new practice startups, health information systems, and healthcare compliance. She is involved with MGMA, HIMSS, and Girls Inc. of Central Alabama.

Kassouf’s team members who were promoted to principal include Sally Bradley, James Dicks, and Rachelle North, and Shannon Pike joined the firm as a principal.

Sally Bradley is a UAB - The University of Alabama at Birmingham graduate who specializes in accounting, financial reporting, tax, and consulting services for small businesses and individuals. She is a member of Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA) and AICPA and serves on the UAB Accounting Alumni Chapter Board, UAB Accounting Advisor Board, UAB National Alumni Society Board, and the GirlSpring Board.

James Dicks is a two-time graduate of Troy University and provides accounting, tax compliance, advisory, and practice management services to healthcare clients. He is a member of ASCPA, AICPA, the Alabama Bourbon Club, and Corn & Cane.

Rachelle North, CPA, CGMA is a Lee University alum specializing in in accounting, tax, and consulting services for small businesses with an emphasis on physician practices and practice management. She is a member of ASCPA and AICPA.

Shannon J. Pike, CFP® is a graduate of University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign; he works with Kassouf’s wealth advisory leadership team in providing relationship-focused planning to help clients preserve and grow their wealth. He has served and held numerous positions with the Financial Planning Association and is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Birmingham.

2023 Promotions
Margaret Cook, MBA, CMPE – Director
Joni Wyatt, MHA, MHIA, CPHIMS – Director
Sally Bradley, CPA, CGMA – Principal
James Dicks, CPA, CVA – Principal
Rachelle North, CPA, CGMA – Principal
Julie Myers, CPA – Manager
Peri Cabral, CMPE, CHPE – Senior Healthcare Advisor
Stewart Garner, CMPE - Senior Healthcare Advisor
Levi Blalock, CPA – Supervising Senior Accountant
Meghan Custer, CPA – Supervising Senior Accountant
Bridget Adams O’Neal, CPA – Supervising Senior Accountant
Lacey Harris Klumpp, CPA – Senior Accountant
Hayden Williams, CPA – Senior Accountant

New Team Member
Shannon Pike, CFP® – Principal

Full story: https://ww3.kassouf.com/kassouf-promotes-13-employees-hires-new-principal/
🔥 CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA! 🔥 Center for Biological Diversity and College of Charleston are hosting a FREE screening of My So-Called Selfish Life on Feb 2nd at 6pm.

MORE INFO: http://ow.ly/8Wqe50Mucma

The paradigm-shifting documentary draws upon a heady mix of culture, science, and history-revealing the rich and diverse lives of people who said no to children–and the forces that have marginalized them in society.

Center staffer, Kelley Dennings, alongside panelists from the College of Charleston will discuss the relationship between choosing to be childfree and protecting the environment, as well as the importance of reproductive freedom. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A.

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ISO tickets to February 25 basketball game if anyone has any for sale. TIA!
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We are incredibly excited to support the first ever 'Battle on the Bricks 🥊' in Charleston, SC. 28 true amateur boxers, 14 bouts - battling it out at College of Charleston Athletics TD Arena.

Proceeds from the event will support MUSC Children’s Health 🏥 and student athlete scholarhsips at the College of Charleston 🥇.

April 6 | TD Arena - 🎟 @ chsboxing.com

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"CofC played hard in singles and we showed resilience and fortitude to grab every point today." ,

The College of Charleston is a public liberal arts and sciences university located in the heart of historic Charleston, South Carolina.

The College of Charleston is a nationally recognized, public liberal arts and sciences university located in the heart of historic Charleston, South Carolina. Founded in 1770, the College is among the nation’s top universities for quality education, student life and affordability. The College offers a distinctive combination of a beautiful and historic campus, modern facilities and cutting-edge pr

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College of Charleston Photos 02/03/2023

Fridays have us jumping for JOY 🤩

4th Annual CofC Day Raises $6.7 Million 02/03/2023

4th Annual CofC Day Raises $6.7 Million

The College of Charleston's fourth annual CofC Day celebrated gifts totaling $6.7 million, with nearly 2,300 donors stepping forward to make a difference. Thank you to all who participated!

4th Annual CofC Day Raises $6.7 Million On Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023, the College of Charleston held its fourth annual CofC Day, celebrating gifts totaling $6.7 million. During the 24 hours of giving, nearly 2,300 donors stepped forward, including more than 580 current CofC students and almost 400 faculty and staff. “CofC Day was such as ...

College of Charleston sophomore heads up successful local honey business 02/02/2023

College of Charleston sophomore heads up successful local honey business

College of Charleston sophomore William Helfgott has turned a beehive he won through his 4H program when he was just 8 years old into a thriving business called River Bluff Honey. Read more about it! 🍯🐝

College of Charleston sophomore heads up successful local honey business College of Charleston sophomore William Helfgott has turned a beehive he won through his 4H program when he was just 8 years old into a thriving business called

College Establishes the Martin Center for Mentorship in Communication 02/02/2023

College Establishes the Martin Center for Mentorship in Communication

With support from Thomas and Wanda Martin, the College's new Martin Center for Mentorship in Communication aims to inspire and develop a future generation of leaders and mentors among outstanding communication students.

College Establishes the Martin Center for Mentorship in Communication Above: The new Martin Center for Mentorship in Communication is made possible through support from Thomas and Wanda Martin.The College of Charleston announces the establishment of the Martin Center for Mentorship in Communication. The center will be housed within the Department of Communication in t...

CofC Celebrates Black History Month With a Series of Events 02/01/2023

CofC Celebrates Black History Month With a Series of Events

From film screenings to dance classes to book readings: The College of Charleston is celebrating Black History Month with a variety of programming and events throughout February.

CofC Celebrates Black History Month With a Series of Events Black History Month, celebrated during the month of February, is a time to recognize the accomplishments and reflect on the struggles of African Americans. And, as we look back on history, it’s an opportunity for us all to better understand our present culture and improve upon our future as a coun...

Welcome to CougarNation - College of Charleston 01/31/2023

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CofC to Host Seventh Annual German-American Business Summit 01/31/2023

CofC to Host Seventh Annual German-American Business Summit

The seventh annual German-American Business Summit, which takes place on Feb. 8, will feature a job and internship expo, a keynote address from Jody Resnick, vice president of revenue – North America at Enlighted/Siemens, and a panel discussion on German industry efforts in decarbonization and clean energy. Learn more ⬇️

CofC to Host Seventh Annual German-American Business Summit Higher education and industry will meet again when the College of Charleston hosts the seventh annual German-American Business Summit on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2023. The summit, presented by the College of Charleston German studies program, School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs and

Fifth Annual Peace Initiative to Focus on Well-Being 01/30/2023

Fifth Annual Peace Initiative to Focus on Well-Being

CofC's fifth annual Peace Initiative, Feb. 6-10, will explore “Peace as a Pathway to Well-being” and offer participants a variety of ways to promote peace within themselves.

Fifth Annual Peace Initiative to Focus on Well-Being Give peace a chance, John Lennon once sang. Rhonda Swickert has been giving it a chance at the College of Charleston for more than five years now. The psychology professor and director of the College’s Mindfulness Initiative, along with Rachael McNamara, a health educator from the Counseling Cente...

College of Charleston Photos 01/30/2023

Did you know our Fall 2023 housing application opens on February 1? 🏠

Explore our all of our residence halls, from traditional rooms and apartments to beautiful historic homes, virtual by heading to https://bit.ly/3viZD7h NOW!

Creating a Level Playing Field for Women Athletes 01/29/2023

Creating a Level Playing Field for Women Athletes

On the 50th anniversary of the passage of Title IX, the landmark legislation that guaranteed equal access and treatment in all areas of education, we look back at its impact on the College and women's athletics.

Creating a Level Playing Field for Women Athletes “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of s*x, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.” – Title IX or the Patsy T. Mink Equal Opportunity in Educ...

01/29/2023

Speaking Of ... College of Charleston with Scott Persons

ICYMI: Check out geology professor Scott Persons talking about his discovery of a previously unknown prehistoric marine reptile called the Serpentisuchops, which means the "snaky croc face." Listen to the full episode: https://bit.ly/3CCC66R

College of Charleston Photos of the Week 01/29/2023

College of Charleston Photos of the Week

CofC Day, the College of Charleston’s annual day of giving, marked the the 253rd anniversary of the university’s founding and was filled with fun, friends and lots of Cougar pride!

College of Charleston Photos of the Week CofC Day, the College of Charleston's annual day of giving, marked the the 253rd anniversary of the university's founding and was filled with fun, friends and lots of Cougar pride!

College of Charleston Photos 01/28/2023

Did you know some famous movies were filmed on our campus? 🎥

Tell us your favorite movie that uses CofC as its backdrop ⬇️

College of Charleston's hoop success good for school's bottom line 01/27/2023

College of Charleston's hoop success good for school's bottom line

The Cougars are off to one of the best starts in program history; their 20-game winning streak and .955 winning percentage are the best in the nation. The Cougars are thriving this season, read more here. ⬇️⬇️⬇️

College of Charleston's hoop success good for school's bottom line The basketball court isn’t the only place the College of Charleston is thriving. The Cougars' financial bottom line is also have an historic season.

College of Charleston Photos 01/26/2023

You won't want to miss our 253rd Big Birthday Bash! 🎉 Join us TODAY in 📍Cistern Yard from 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Details below. 👇
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🔘 Crazy Hat Contest: Raid local thrift and craft stores to create a fedora that expresses your deep love for the College. Prizes will be awarded for several categories!
🔘 Students (ticketed or not) are welcome to attend to enjoy free maroon velvet cupcakes, Cougar Punch, ping pong with President Hsu, music by DJ Kidd Shanard ‘18, performances by Chucktown Sound, the cheerleaders , and the Cougarettes .
🔘 4️⃣ food trucks will accept meal swipes and cash: Foxes Fried, Roti Rolls, Smokin’ Gringo’s, and Krystyna’s.
🔘 Students who attend (ticketed or not) receive one entry for four door prize drawings: three $500 scholarships and an official CofC Ring. You MUST be present to win.
🔘 Students donating $5 or more (or pre-registering for “The Big Birthday Bash”) will be inducted into the Committed to Charleston Society (C2C) following CofC Day and will receive a commemorative pin, a headshot session in Cistern Yard, and other benefits and recognition.
🔘 Students may register for $17 for a ticket. All tickets include a limited-edition CofC Day T-shirt, a $10 food truck voucher, a ticket for a spin on the Prize Wheel, and a donation for CofC Day!

4th Annual CofC Day is Here! 01/26/2023

4th Annual CofC Day is Here!

Welcome to the 4th annual CofC Day, the College of Charleston’s annual day of giving! There are lots of ways to show your Cougar pride and make a difference at CofC.

4th Annual CofC Day is Here! Welcome to CofC Day, the College of Charleston’s 4th annual day of giving, which began at midnight and will continue to 11:59 p.m. tonight (Jan. 26, 2023).   "In planning CofC Day 2023, we worked with the president, the provost, our deans and our athletics director to identify

College of Charleston Photos 01/25/2023

This is your sign to take a break and explore the city 😍

CofC Community Goes the Distance with Cooper River Bridge Run 01/25/2023

CofC Community Goes the Distance with Cooper River Bridge Run

A longtime partner of the Cooper River Bridge Run, the College of Charleston is more committed than ever to supporting the annual 10K race and helping students, faculty and staff get involved. Learn more about the College's Bridge Run Training Program and the $10 registration discount available for all CofC community members. ⬇️

CofC Community Goes the Distance with Cooper River Bridge Run As one of the organizations integral to the founding of the Cooper River Bridge Run in 1978, the College of Charleston has always been at the head of the pack of the region’s seminal 10K race. With the bridge run returning to a pre-pandemic scale for 2023, the College, one of seven entities

EXPO 2023 is Open for Student Submissions 01/24/2023

EXPO 2023 is Open for Student Submissions

EXPO 2023 is coming! Students who have conducted research, creative inquiry, community service projects or other scholarship with faculty mentors are encouraged to apply. The deadline to submit abstracts is Feb. 15. Learn more ⬇️

EXPO 2023 is Open for Student Submissions On Thursday, April 13, 2023, EXPO 2023 will showcase the amazing work by College of Charleston students under the mentorship of professors. Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to submit any project conducted during summer 2022 or the 2022-23 academic year where they worked with a facu...

College of Charleston Photos 01/24/2023

is right around the corner! Be sure to keep up with all the Cougar festivities on January 26! 🎉

Take a look at what we have in store 👉🏼 cofcday.cofc.edu

01/23/2023

Happy Cougars! 🐾❤️

College of Charleston Photos of the Week 01/22/2023

College of Charleston Photos of the Week

The spring semester is officially underway at the College of Charleston! From new students joining the Cougars’ ranks to art exhibits, get a glimpse at what’s been happening on campus.

College of Charleston Photos of the Week The spring semester is officially underway at the College of Charleston! From new students joining the Cougars' ranks to art exhibits, get a glimpse at what's been happening on campus. Several hundred new students joined the College for the spring 2023 semester

College of Charleston Photos 01/21/2023

Weekends in Charleston have us feeling like 😎

Tell us your go-to Charleston weekend to-dos ⬇️

Avery Research Center Awarded $2 Million Grant From Mellon Foundation 01/20/2023

Avery Research Center Awarded $2 Million Grant From Mellon Foundation

The Mellon Foundation has awarded the College of Charleston’s Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture a $2 million grant to support the collection and preservation of the South Carolina Lowcountry’s social and cultural history. Funds will allow the center to expand its staff and increase community engagement with its archives and programming.

Avery Research Center Awarded $2 Million Grant From Mellon Foundation The Mellon Foundation has awarded the College of Charleston’s Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture a $2 million grant to support the collection and preservation of the South Carolina Lowcountry’s social and cultural history. “This grant is a true difference maker for ...

College of Charleston Photos 01/20/2023

Repost from President Hsu: Great to see College of Charleston - Office of Admissions tour guide Alissa Pressley (senior, elementary education major) with a group of prospective students on campus from Richland Northeast HS in Columbia. Go (future) Cougars! 🎉
👉 https://www.instagram.com/p/Cno-n_-uf9N/

Just Out: Winter 2023 Issue of 'College of Charleston Magazine' 01/20/2023

Just Out: Winter 2023 Issue of 'College of Charleston Magazine'

From a look at how Title IX impacted women's athletics at CofC to an alumna leading the charge for innovation at AI4Science at Microsoft Research, there are plenty of reasons to check out the latest issue of College of Charleston Magazine!

Just Out: Winter 2023 Issue of 'College of Charleston Magazine' The Winter 2023 issue of College of Charleston Magazine is just arriving throughout campus, in homes across the country and around the globe. The diverse collection of stories includes a philosophy professor who’s rewriting herstory, a student who has hit the big time with her small business and a

CofC Podcast: Professor Scott Peeples Explores Edgar Allan Poe’s Lowcountry Haunts 01/19/2023

CofC Podcast: Professor Scott Peeples Explores Edgar Allan Poe’s Lowcountry Haunts

Today is Edgar Allan Poe’s 214th birthday and his enduring popularity in American culture only continues to grow with the release of Netflix's 'The Pale Blue Eye.' On this episode of 'Speaking Of ... College of Charleston', get to know a different side of Poe's life as CofC's resident Poe scholar Scott Peeples explores the writer's time in the Lowcountry.

CofC Podcast: Professor Scott Peeples Explores Edgar Allan Poe’s Lowcountry Haunts Famed American author Edgar Allan Poe, who lived from 1809 to 1849, was a poet, literary critic, short story writer and creator of the modern horror tale. He experienced great tragedy in his life and was notorious for his drinking and dark temperament, which frequently got him into trouble. Poe spen...

Virtual Town Hall for Students, Families Scheduled for Thursday 01/18/2023

Virtual Town Hall for Students, Families Scheduled for Thursday

President Andrew Hsu, CofC Senior Leadership Team, will hold a virtual town hall for the students and parents. These virtual and in-person town halls will be conducted using the Microsoft Teams Live Event video conferencing platform.
👉 Students & Families Town Hall – Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023 @ 5:30 p.m.
👉 go.cofc.edu/virtual-town-hall-students

Virtual Town Hall for Students, Families Scheduled for Thursday The College of Charleston will hold a virtual town hall for students and families on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022, at 5 p.m. to discuss how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will impact the spring semester. "As we settle back into our work and school routines, I know many of you have questions and concerns a...

Former Jewish Studies Director Leaves Lasting Legacy 01/17/2023

Former Jewish Studies Director Leaves Lasting Legacy

Under the visionary leadership of Marty Perlmutter, former Jewish studies director who died on Sunday, the College's Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program grew and flourished, becoming a place of scholarship and community.

Former Jewish Studies Director Leaves Lasting Legacy Above: Marty Perlmutter (second from left) in 2017 at a Food and Faith event co-sponsored by the Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program. Marty Perlmutter, former College of Charleston faculty member and director of the Jewish studies program, died on Sunday, Jan. 15, 2023, at the age of 79.

Center for Civic Engagement Revives Alternative Break 01/17/2023

Center for Civic Engagement Revives Alternative Break

After a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Center for Civic Engagement is relaunching its Alternative Break Program with two planned trips in March to New York City and Washington, D.C. Students must apply by noon on Jan. 23. Learn more ⬇️

Center for Civic Engagement Revives Alternative Break Above: Students participate in a service project during an Alternative Break trip in 2018. After a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) at the College of Charleston is relaunching its Alternative Break Program with two planned trips in March 2023. Des...

01/17/2023

Congrats! You're in! Take the next steps now 🐾

Make sure you are completing all the necessary next steps into becoming a Cougar 👇

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Joy Vandervort-Cobb to Receive MLK Humanitarian Award 01/16/2023

Joy Vandervort-Cobb to Receive MLK Humanitarian Award

As a voiceover artist, actor, teacher, director, mentor, advocate and friend, Joy Vandervort-Cobb, associate professor emerita of theatre and dance, knows exactly how to use her voice to make a difference. For those efforts, she is receiving the Black History Intercollegiate Consortium's 2023 MLK Humanitarian Award during the annual celebration on Tuesday, Jan. 17.

Joy Vandervort-Cobb to Receive MLK Humanitarian Award Joy Vandervort-Cobb has a voice that can be heard across the world. And, as a voiceover artist, an actor, a teacher, a director, a mentor, an advocate and a friend, she knows just how strong that voice can be – and exactly how to use it. But when she learned she’d won the 2023 MLK Humanitarian

Virtual Town Hall for Students, Families Scheduled for Thursday 01/16/2023

Virtual Town Hall for Students, Families Scheduled for Thursday

President Andrew Hsu, CofC Senior Leadership Team, will hold a virtual town hall for the students and parents. These virtual and in-person town halls will be conducted using the Microsoft Teams Live Event video conferencing platform.
👉 Students & Families Town Hall – Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023 @ 5:30 p.m.
👉 go.cofc.edu/virtual-town-hall-students

Virtual Town Hall for Students, Families Scheduled for Thursday The College of Charleston will hold a virtual town hall for students and families on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022, at 5 p.m. to discuss how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will impact the spring semester. "As we settle back into our work and school routines, I know many of you have questions and concerns a...

College of Charleston Photos 01/13/2023

Back 🏠 for a game day tomorrow! Don't miss your chance to see these Cougars at TD Arena at 4 p.m. 🏀

➡️ https://bit.ly/3GR4mVN

01/13/2023

Speaking Of ... College of Charleston with Scott Peeples

What makes Edgar Allan Poe so fascinating? And what Lowcountry locations did he haunt? Find out on the latest episode of 'Speaking Of ... College of Charleston': bit.ly/3GBZiDB

Men’s Basketball on a Roll: 10 Cougars You Should Know 01/13/2023

Men’s Basketball on a Roll: 10 Cougars You Should Know

The College of Charleston men's basketball team is on a roll, with 16 wins in a row and a spot in the AP Poll's Top 25. Meet 10 student-athletes who are making plays happen on the court. 🏀 🔥

Men’s Basketball on a Roll: 10 Cougars You Should Know Above: No. 21 Jaylon Scott on the court at a home game in TD Arena. The College of Charleston men’s basketball program is definitely on a roll this season. The team’s record currently stands at 17-1 – at this moment, the best in the nation. And, for the first time in 20

College of Charleston Photos 01/12/2023

We are so happy to have our students back on campus, now it feels like home 🏡

CofC Podcast: Professor Scott Peeples Explores Edgar Allan Poe’s Lowcountry Haunts 01/12/2023

CofC Podcast: Professor Scott Peeples Explores Edgar Allan Poe’s Lowcountry Haunts

As Edgar Allan Poe’s 214th birthday approaches on Jan. 19, his enduring popularity in American culture only continues to grow with the release of Netflix's 'The Pale Blue Eye.' On this episode of 'Speaking Of ... College of Charleston', get to know a different side of Poe's life as CofC's resident Poe scholar Scott Peeples explores the writer's time in the Lowcountry.

CofC Podcast: Professor Scott Peeples Explores Edgar Allan Poe’s Lowcountry Haunts Famed American author Edgar Allan Poe, who lived from 1809 to 1849, was a poet, literary critic, short story writer and creator of the modern horror tale. He experienced great tragedy in his life and was notorious for his drinking and dark temperament, which frequently got him into trouble. Poe spen...

College of Charleston Photos 01/11/2023

To all our new students this semester, welcome to College of Charleston, and to all of our returning students, welcome back! We are so glad to have you here 😎

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Lowcountry Kindermusik Lowcountry Kindermusik
West Ashley, James Island, Downtown
Charleston, 29414

Visit our website at: www.lowcountrykindermusik.com for more information about our music and movement programs for ages newborn to 4 or to register online.

Trident Technical College Trident Technical College
7000 Rivers Avenue
Charleston, 29406

At Trident Technical College we know how to prepare students. Whether you want an associate degree, transfer credits or a shorter program that gets you job ready immediately, we're here for you!

The Citadel Alumni Association The Citadel Alumni Association
69 Hagood Avenue
Charleston, 29403

The Association is organized and shall operate a supporting organization exclusively for the benefit of, to perform the functions of, and to carry out the purposes of The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina ("The Citadel").

Charleston Trident Association of REALTORS® Charleston Trident Association of REALTORS®
5600 Wetland Crossing
Charleston, 29418

The Charleston Trident Association of Realtors has been the trusted source for Lowcountry real estate information for more than 100 years.

Montessori Community School PTA Montessori Community School PTA
2120 Wood Avenue
Charleston, 29414

“Free the child's potential, and you will transform him into the world” ~Maria Montessori

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars at College of Charleston The National Society of Collegiate Scholars at College of Charleston
66 George Street
Charleston, 29424

NSCS at College of Charleston is an honor society inviting high-achieving freshmen and sophomores. M

MUSC College of Pharmacy MUSC College of Pharmacy
280 Calhoun Street, MSC 141
Charleston, 29425

The MUSC College of Pharmacy has a rich tradition of educating outstanding pharmacists for more than 100 years. Every day, we build on that foundation and break new ground in each area of our trifold mission: education, research, and patient care.

College of Charleston Friends of the Library College of Charleston Friends of the Library
Addlestone Library, 205 Calhoun Street
Charleston, 29401

They built the library of the future. Now it's time to ensure the future of the library. Join the Friends of the Library in this important effort!

The Citadel Graduate College The Citadel Graduate College
171 Moultrie Street/101 Bond Hall
Charleston, 29409

Nationally recognized by U.S.News & World Report and Princeton Review, The Citadel Graduate College

The Pulsera Project The Pulsera Project
449 Fleming Road, Suite C
Charleston, 29412

Bring a pulsera sale to life in your school and join us in making the world a more colorful & equal place. www.pulseraproject.org/getinvolved

Chem and Biochem at the College of Charleston Chem and Biochem at the College of Charleston
66 George Street
Charleston, 29424

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Drayton Hall PTO Drayton Hall PTO
3183 Ashley River Road
Charleston, 29414

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