Daily Archives: December 3, 2015


Behind the Lens: Capturing the Art of Dorian Warneck

Charleston has a certain self-promoting image, of Rainbow Row and horse drawn carriages, of winning award after award, of being the “Friendliest City in the U.S.,” “Best Destination in the U.S.” and even “Best Post- College Town.” But there is more to this city than a list of accolades: there are people. Charlestonians lay claim…


Bottom Dollar in the Top Economy: Minimum Wage in the United States

If you don’t live on it, you probably don’t think about it. But during this election cycle, Americans from all economic walks of life are debating the federal minimum wage of $7.25. The American Dream has never been cheap, but some argue with today’s rising cost of living and stagnant wages, those ambitions are all…


Racing to Rio: Sailors Suit Up for the Summer Games

The College of Charleston sailing team has a storied history of success that spans the globe. In 2014-15, the College won the Leonard B. Fowle Trophy awarded to the best team at the national championships for the sixth time in school history. With six titles, the College trails only the U.S. Naval Academy (10) and…

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