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Brown Bag Series: “Somebody Had To Do It: First Children in School Desegregation,” Millicent Brown, PhD, Somebody Had To Do It Project Director and Independent Scholar, Avery Research Center, Dec … Read More

V-Tones at Communications Museum TONIGHT! (Ukelinguists)

Posted on 29 April 2010 | 10:58 am — 

OK, so the guy with peanut butter is walking down the street sending messages in Morse Code on his wireless telegraph (or if you insist upon using the modern term, … Read More

The ukulele, jug playing sextet the V-Tones will be playing the music for an evening of silent movies at the John Rivers Communication Museum April 29th at 7:30pm. The films … Read More

Art Show and Open Mic at Communications Museum

Posted on 14 April 2010 | 10:08 am — 

TONIGHT:  Wednesday, April 14th, 2010, at 8-10pm.  An Art Show, presented by CAB (Cougar Activities Board), featuring student created art, snacks, and prizes! (notice 3 nouns separated by 2 commas!) … Read More

See “Free Tibet Film” for Free at Communications Museum

Posted on 4 March 2010 | 7:32 pm — 

Before you go home for good (or bad) tonight (otherwise known as Thursday, March 4th), why not join “Students For A Free Tibet” as they screen a documentary of their … Read More

Presentation: Russian Icons

Posted on 14 January 2010 | 11:38 am — 

Faith Warriors: The Cultural, Historical, and Religious Context of Russian Icons Thursday, February 4th 4:30 pm College of Charleston Addlestone Library, Room 227 Reception to Follow Dr. Ludmila Pruner, Russian … Read More

New Journal: Annual Review of Marine Science

Posted on 10 December 2009 | 3:22 pm — 

The library is  subscribing to a new electronic journal , the Annual Review of Marine Science. The series will draw from disciplines as diverse as biochemistry, physical oceanography, ecology, and … Read More

Friends of the Library Series: “Hard Luck, Good Times”

Posted on 5 May 2009 | 4:43 pm — 

The Friends of the Library Fall series is “Hard Luck, Good Times . The theme of the series is that despite (or perhaps because of) the ‘hard times’ of the … Read More