Author Archive for: ‘Leah Sutherland’

Of Blazers and Bromance: A Q&A with SGA President and Vice President

Of Blazers and Bromance: A Q&A with SGA President and Vice President

The future leaders of the College of Charleston student body are not old enough to rent a car. They cannot …

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Prince Charming missing from “Southern Charm”

Prince Charming missing from “Southern Charm”

What “Southern Charm” lacks in charm, they make up for in trashiness and probably sex. Along with ratifying the constitution …

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Mardi Gras Survival Guide

Mardi Gras Survival Guide

The first week of March is notoriously like the last week of February, that is to say, the weather most …

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Faculty feels merger is not a matter of if, but when

Faculty feels merger is not a matter of if, but when

During yesterday’s faculty senate meeting faculty members from The College and MUSC voiced their opinions on the bill filed Thursday …

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Super Bowl XLVIII: The Superest Bowl

Super Bowl XLVIII: The Superest Bowl

On a campus where apathy runs rampant, everyone I know is gearing up to watch the most viewed sporting event …

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College Moves Toward Active Inclusion of LGBTQQAAIP Community

If you’ve visited the new George Street Fitness Center, you may have noticed several new features of the 15,000 square …

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Students rally to hear Judy Shepard, protest Westboro Baptist Church

Students rally to hear Judy Shepard, protest Westboro Baptist Church

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_video link=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvAfS7fJvIc”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Social media spread the coming of Westboro Baptist Church to many College of Charleston students on Monday, …

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Student murdered trying to sell truck on Craigslist

Student murdered trying to sell truck on Craigslist

College of Charleston student William “Alex” Apps, age 25, died on Oct. 3 after being kidnapped and shot while trying …

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A Charlestonian’s Guide to Biking

A Charlestonian’s Guide to Biking

Here in Charleston, we’ve got racks on racks on racks… of bicycles. No matter what part of the peninsula you’re …

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White Paper released: Considerations of MUSC and CofC for potential merger

White Paper released: Considerations of MUSC and CofC for potential merger

CofC and MUSC have been in talks about a potential merger “at least nine times” since 1864, but in the …

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Northwestern professor says that castles work for us

Northwestern professor says that castles work for us

On Sept. 12, British Archaeology expert Matthew Johnson spoke at the College as part of the George H. Forsyth Jr. …

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CofC, MUSC considering merger

CofC, MUSC considering merger

President George Benson sent an email out Tuesday April 16 about local media reports on discussions of a possible merger …

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Low Country Road Runners to host local 5K for Boston

Low Country Road Runners to host local 5K for Boston

On Monday April 15, President Barack Obama spoke at the White House to reassure Americans that whoever was responsible for …

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Office of Sustainability presents second annual Sustainability Week

Office of Sustainability presents second annual Sustainability Week

The Office of Sustainability will be hosting its Second Annual Sustainability Week  April 8-12. The theme of this year’s week-long …

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CARTA offers new bus tracking online

For college students without a car, the beaches which students regularly brag about can seem elusive. In the past, the …

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College intends to build kosher, vegetarian dining facility

College intends to build kosher, vegetarian dining facility

If the name Marty Perlmutter isn’t already on your radar, it should be. Perlmutter is a New Yorker, son of …

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College to offer Archaeology and Marketing as majors in Fall 2013

College to offer Archaeology and Marketing as majors in Fall 2013

As if choosing a major wasn’t hard enough, in Fall 2013 the College is adding archaeology and marketing majors for …

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Alternative Break takes CofC students to Greece in May

If you’re like most students at the College, you probably haven’t thought about mid-terms yet, let alone what you’re doing …

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Temple Grandin advocates meeting of minds

Temple Grandin advocates meeting of minds

Outside of Sottile Theater on Nov. 27, students and Charleston residents pressed anxiously against the theater doors, all of them …

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In Defense of Shoes

In Defense of Shoes

Hello, my name is Leah, and I am an addict. I’ve been a runner for about 4 years now, and …

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Phi Kappa Tau charters new fraternity on campus

Started as just an interest group by two students almost 3 years ago, the College’s colony is being welcomed by …

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SC GOP Chairman speaks as part of Bully Pulpit Series

SC GOP Chairman speaks as part of Bully Pulpit Series

As part of the Bully Pulpit Series hosted by the Department of Communication at the College, SC GOP Chairman Chad …

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ZTA spearheads Pink Week on campus

Every October, the College campus gets a little bit pinker in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Pink Week, will …

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Students get involved with politics on campus

Election season is upon us. Hide your horses and your wives, because America is entering debate mode. All CNN, ABC, …

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David Nott addresses students on debt and deficits

On Wednesday, Oct. 2. David Nott spoke in the Wells Fargo Auditoritum from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. as part of …

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Beta Theta Pi joins Greek community on campus

Beta Theta Pi joins Greek community on campus

In the last few weeks recruitment signs and bake sales for some of the Greek organizations on campus were widespread. …

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Former college president honored at “An Evening with Ted Stern”

Former college president honored at “An Evening with Ted Stern”

If you attend the College of Charleston, you are very familiar with the Stern Student Center; it’s one of the …

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College invests in sustainability

College invests in sustainability

When paying tuition at the College of Charleston, every student pays a $10 Green Fee to go toward funding sustainability …

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Students, Administration respond to Chick-fil-a controversy

Students, Administration respond to Chick-fil-a controversy

The Chick-fil-a chicken sandwiches in the Stern Center have long been a favorite of College of Charleston students. According to …

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