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In 2018, Brady ’08 and Angela Quirk-Garvan established the Quirk-Garvan Endowed Scholarship to reward, encourage and promote leadership as well as civic and social action among students.
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Most anyone in South Carolina with the slightest interest in dance would recognize the name of the late Robert Ivey. For decades, he was a beloved dancer, choreographer, instructor and College of Charleston professor. In each of those roles, he lifted others up through the moving power of dance. 
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Albert Sottile, Charleston’s late, great entertainment impresario, understood the value of visual delights. He was known to spare no detail in dreaming up the gorgeously appointed, ever-transporting theaters that were the hallmark of his chief enterprise, Pastime Amusement Company.  
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Gloria Friedgen, a fifth-generation Italian American, is a wonderful classmate to have, especially when it comes to good food and good energy. 
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There was only one place Sydney Eiland ’22 wanted to be – and only one way she was going to get there: If she really wanted to go to the College of Charleston, she was going to have to find financial support. 
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Hayden DiBona ’20 has a real knack for running. One of two recipients of the Otto B. German ’73 Endowed Alumni Scholarships in Athletics, DiBona is a member of the men’s cross-country team and ranks second in school history in the 8K (24:53.78) and 10K (31:25.6).
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Inspired by the Willard A. Silcox ’33 Memorial Scholarship that their daughter, Kellee Ann ’15, received while a student at the College, Scott ’83 and Janet Cracraft ’85 established the Cracraft Family Endowed Scholarship in 2015. 
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Friend. Mentor. Role model. Grandfather. There are a thousand other words I could use to describe Tony Meyer ’49, but honestly none of them would do him justice.
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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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