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The Student Garden, which is sponsored and maintained through the master of science in Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program at the College of Charleston, began a new garden installation in spring 2019 at Stono Preserve: the Hidden Hands Garden. This new installation is a part of an already existing and thriving garden that has been functioning since 2012 and has...
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Sam Gooding ’20 is not an alumnus yet, but you’d never know it after speaking with him. The commercial real estate major is a team member at Coastal Equity Group and the 2019–20 president of the Student Alumni Associates (SAA).
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For Chak Or ’19, studying abroad in Cambodia was more than seeing another part of the world: It was about reconnecting with his roots and walking the grounds of the country his parents fled.  
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Political Science major  Environmental and Sustainability Studies minor  College of Charleston Fund Scholarship 
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Public Health major Sociology and Chemistry double minor “Mother” Emanuel AME Church Scholarship
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Psychology major  Edward Leon Guenveur, Sr. & Lauretta Goodall-Guenveur  Endowed Memorial Scholarship 
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Supply Chain Management major Spanish minor Kanapaux-Magrath Scholarship
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Richard Maclean ’88,  a College of Charleston School of Business graduate and co-founder and managing partner of Frontier Capital, established the Maclean Business “Ready to Work” Scholarship with an initial commitment of $150,000. 
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Since his involvement with the College of Charleston began in the 1980s, William “Bill” Finn — a School of Business Board of Governors member, donor and esteemed mentor to students, faculty and staff — has been a School of Business linchpin. 
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Taylor Crawford ’19 likes a good challenge, and she’s not afraid to take risks if the numbers are on her side. That’s why the Honors College finance and economics double major from Anderson, S.C., traded the slower-paced vibe of the Holy City for the electric energy of the Big Apple.  
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