Environment

Poverty Playing a Role in Flint Water Scandal?

Poverty Playing a Role in Flint Water Scandal?

On Jan. 20 the College sent out an email to all students, warning them of “temporary steam power outage affecting a …

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Art Matters Exhibit Explores Science and the Arts

Art Matters Exhibit Explores Science and the Arts

For the eighth year in a row, the office of Academic Advising and Planning is celebrating the newest installment of …

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Riding in the rain: how to safely bike in Charleston’s wet weather

Riding in the rain: how to safely bike in Charleston’s wet weather

There is no question about it, one of the best ways to get around Charleston is on a seat with …

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Record-breaking rainfall hits the state

Record-breaking rainfall hits the state

In what Governor Nikki Haley called a “1000-year flood,” homes were destroyed and people left stranded by record-breaking floods. Heavy …

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Classes canceled Friday due to historic flooding

Classes canceled Friday due to historic flooding

As of a campus-wide email sent out at 9:16 p.m. Thursday, all College of Charleston classes and activities have been …

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Keeping up with the Floridians: Charleston’s moped scene

Keeping up with the Floridians: Charleston’s moped scene

Some of the things you might readily associate with the city of Gainesville, Fla., include Gators, Gatorade and heat. That …

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Ritzy Recycling and Classy Compostables: A Charleston Affair goes zero waste

Ritzy Recycling and Classy Compostables: A Charleston Affair goes zero waste

A Charleston Affair creates a sense of glamour, a chance to celebrate success, an excuse for friends to party one …

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Clothing Swap Brings Sustainable Shopping To Campus

Clothing Swap Brings Sustainable Shopping To Campus

Instead of putting away winter clothes in preparation for the upcoming sweltering summer, the Office of Sustainability urged students to …

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Lowcountry Street Grocery: Mobilizing food in a revolutionary way

Lowcountry Street Grocery: Mobilizing food in a revolutionary way

Kate DeWitt and Lindsey Barrow, two College of Charleston graduates, are taking massive strides in the Charleston community to aid …

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Sustainability week 2015: Placing value on ourselves, others and the environment

Sustainability week 2015: Placing value on ourselves, others and the environment

The Office of Sustainability hosted its fourth annual Sustainability Week from April 6-11. Students were surrounded by numerous events that …

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Get smart about sustainability this week

Get smart about sustainability this week

  Sustainability is a word often associated with “tree-huggers” and environmental freaks, but what exactly is it? In the next …

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Do you have what it takes to be an Alternative Break site leader?

Do you have what it takes to be an Alternative Break site leader?

Since the late 1980s, college students across the country have been opting out of the traditional festivities that spring break …

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