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Since the first female students stepped foot on campus in 1918, generations of strong women have crossed the Cistern, going on to successful careers in a variety of industries. One such woman is Victoria Bailey ’19.  
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Gerry Sue Arnold and her late husband Norman have left an indisputable mark on the College’s Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program.
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Before her death in 2018, Kathryn Norton dedicated more than 30 years of service to the College of Charleston, with the majority of those years as the director of operations for the School of the Arts.
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The sentiment also served as the theme for the gathering – where the new scholarship was announced – to honor his 39 years of service to the College.
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Last year, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) awarded junior Courtney Beckham with the DoD SMART Scholarship, securing funding for her tuition for her final two years of school and a job for her first two years after graduation. It also means she receives an annual stipend and an 8–12-week internship with her sponsoring facility...
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It’s not on the National Register of Historic Places. It wasn’t built or owned by some prominent 19th-century Charlestonian. It doesn’t lay claim to any state-of-the-art student-focused attributes. In fact, it was never even intended for students. In many ways, it’s the College’s architectural and aesthetic black sheep. But for the thousands of students who’ve...
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Hilda Debacker is honoring her late husband and supporting CofC students with the Rene and Hilda Debacker Endowed Scholarship
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A week after Alison Piepmeier passed away, people came forth to create the Alison Piepmeier Scholarship,
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Eugene and Rose Gangarosa believe in getting a head start. They know how important it is to begin early.
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The Dr. Andrew and Josephine Lewis Scholarship opens up opportunities for African American students
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