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This past June, as communities across the U.S. celebrated LGBTQ Pride month and marked the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, the College Libraries announced the successful match of a $25,000 challenge gift for LGBTQ Life in the Lowcountry, a project dedicated to collecting and sharing the stories of the region’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender...
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When Broadway actor Bret Shuford landed in Charleston, he brought with him enough professional experience to light up Times Square.
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During the College’s centennial celebration of its first female students, the Friends of the Library invited Distinguished Alumna and former board member of the College of Charleston Foundation Arlinda Locklear ’73 to be the featured speaker of the 2019 Winthrop Roundtable.
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Leadership, volunteerism and philanthropy are family principles to Bill ’89 and Kathleen Penney, especially when it comes to the College of Charleston.
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Sometimes things just click. Capgemini, a global technology services and digital transformation company, set up its Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) in Columbia, S.C. With 200 employees and plans to expand, Capgemini needed enhanced recruitment outreach.  
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The New Student Orientation Information Fair is the first opportunity incoming students have to get involved at the College of Charleston. It was also the first opportunity for the parents of Nicole Frankenfield ’21 to get involved – and they ran with it. 
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The College’s Race and Social Justice Initiative (RSJI), established in response to the shooting at Mother Emanuel AME Church, was nearing the end of its original grant funding early in 2019. And then someone decided to pick up the baton and make a difference.
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On the bookshelf behind his desk in his third-floor office in TD Arena, Otto German ’73 has two framed photos. Perhaps a man’s life can’t be summed up in a couple of photos, but these two come pretty close.
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If there is one word to describe Amber Gray ’19, it’s tenacious. After all, the 31-year-old College of Charleston student’s path to a degree has been both uncharted in her family and an uphill battle. 
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Scott Ward ’85 graduated from the College with a mathematics degree and moved to New York City where he worked on interest-rate derivatives pegged to the dollar and foreign currencies.  
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