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Today Charleston to Charleston, Inc. announced details for the second annual collaborative literary festival taking place in Charleston, S.C. November 8–11, 2018. The festival, called Charleston to Charleston, is an … Read More

Friday, Aug. 24 | 6:30—8:00 PM | Halsey Institute Join the Friends of the Library on Friday, Aug. 24, for the opening reception of the Halsey Institute’s latest exhibition, The Image Hunter: … Read More

Sept. 20 | Science Images and Public Amazement

Posted on 22 August 2018 | 11:28 am

Thursday, September 20 | 6:00—7:30 PM | Addlestone Library Rm. 227  FREE  Popular science images are often dismissed as superficial or supplemental, but, in reality, they have the potential to … Read More

Beat the heat—and the long queues—at Addlestone Library’s Starbucks with the new mobile ordering service available via the College’s Campus Dish. The campus community may place a mobile order at … Read More

The Libraries were proud to host this year’s Celebration of Scholars Poster Session in the Addlestone Rotunda on Monday, Aug. 20. Organized by the College’s Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities … Read More

Tuesday, Oct. 23 | 6:00—7:30 PM | Addlestone Library Rm. 227  FREE Fascism is having a revival. On Tuesday, Oct. 23, join the Friends of the Library and author Nathan Crick for a … Read More

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