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The assassination of Robert Francis Kennedy is a moment forever seared into Americans’ collective memory. The New York Senator died in the early hours of June 6, 1968, succumbing to … Read More

For much of the Class of 2018, the year 2012 was spent in high school. But for one dinner jacket-clad Cougar who crossed the Cistern last month, 2012 included his … Read More

The College of Charleston’s latest digital exhibit solves a nearly 90-year-old history mystery. In 1929, a memoir was published under the pseudonym “Sam Aleckson.” Titled Before the War and After … Read More

Addlestone Library | T. rex Breaks Free

Posted on 1 May 2018 | 5:00 am

After a year thrilling students and visitors to Addlestone Library, the Rotunda’s rex-in-residence Bucky bids adieu. The 37-foot dino will begin the trek back to his natural habitat at the … Read More

Addlestone Library Open 24 Hours April 30 & May 1

Posted on 30 April 2018 | 4:49 am

Addlestone Library will be open 24 hours today, April 30th and tomorrow, May 1st, as students prepare for and take their final exams. Please feel free to visit us at any … Read More

Culinary historian, author, artist and photographer John Martin Taylor, also known as Hoppin’ John, has donated his personal collection of books and papers to the Special Collections Department of the … Read More

Wednesday, May 30 | 6:00—7:00 p.m. | Randolph Hall/Alumni Memorial Hall Join award-winning novelist Blanche McCrary Boyd for a discussion of her provocative new novel, Tomb of the Unknown Racist, her first … Read More

April 10 | Churchill was a Snowflake

Posted on 28 March 2018 | 5:19 am

Churchill was a Snowflake: New Leadership Habits to Prevent an American Iron Curtain Tuesday, April 10 | 6:00 p.m. | Alumni Hall/Randolph Hall Matthew Barzun, America’s youngest-ever ambassador to the … Read More

The Libraries’ own Patricia Williams Lessane has had an exciting week. On Wednesday, March 28, the Executive Director of the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture and Co-Principal … Read More

Attention newshounds: Access to The Post and Courier and The State is now available through Access World News, a new database for the College community. Articles printed in The Post and Courier (1994 – present) … Read More