Articles by Ian Moore


Come Check Out The D.E.R.C.

Located in 235 of the Robert Scott Smalls Building an oasis sits open to all. The Diversity Educational Resource Center has become the epicenter for cultural awareness among the diverse and eclectic College of Charleston population. Situated across from the Office of Institutional Diversity, the D.E.R.C. is devoted to promoting and advancing an all-inclusive domestic…


Laborers Not Forgotten

For those who were unaware, Monday Sept. 2 served as a well needed holiday for most Americans. Throughout our nation, Labor Day serves as a symbolic end to summer and one last chance at freedom before the weight of academia crashes onto faculty and students alike. Despite the notations on our calendars, campus awoke Monday morning…

The Consequences of Law and Order

Americans are diverse. Our main commonality is our dissention. When the Christopher Dorner story broke reactions ranged from outrage to sympathy. One theme that unites us all together is our desire for safety. We all wish to live in a world that promotes law and order. From the end of WWII, the Civil Rights Movement…


The Year of the Snake

Last Friday Feb. 15, the Asian Students Association and the Chinese Club hosted their annual Chinese New Year Celebration. Stern Center Gardens was strung with lights, filled with music, and inhabited by dragons, break-dancers, swordsman and martial artists. Leni Phan and the rest of her crew have worked tirelessly since the beginning of the semester…

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