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Your life. That's what the College of Charleston is all about. Our students develop their own ideas, engage with professors in exciting research, and have countless opportunities to practice service and leadership in one of the South's most vibrant cities.

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Your life. That's what the College of Charleston is all about. Our students develop their own ideas, engage with professors in exciting research, and have countless opportunities to practice service and leadership in one of the South's most vibrant cities.

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    A Life of Discovery

    A Life of Discovery

    All College of Charleston students are explorers. Whether studying theatre, history, business or computer science, our students have the chance to do hands-on, original research that helps them find their passion and their purpose. What will you discover?

    A Life of Discovery:
    http://www.cofc.edu/livethelife/discovery/

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    A Life of Achievement

    A Life of Achievement

    Our alumni are entrepreneurs, teachers, graduate students and professionals of all kinds. They live in cities from San Francisco and New York to Beijing and Buenos Aires. Where will your College of Charleston education take you?

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    The Life of the City

    The Life of the City

    No other city beats the beauty, rich history and energetic vibe of Charleston. With easy access to inspiring arts and cultural affairs, world-renowned festivals, outdoor recreation and great beaches, this place has it all. You'll be glad you're here.

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    2011 College of Charleston Highlights-Year In Review

    2011 College of Charleston Highlights-Year In Review

    We made headlines in 2011!

    Nobel Prize winner Elie Wiesel visited campus, basketball legend Andrew Goudelock was drafted by the L.A. Lakers, the Honors College had its highest ranked class ever, and we celebrated the first graduates of the MBA program.

    Plus, four athletic teams won the Southern Conference Championship, Dixie Plantation will be getting new research stations thanks to the Spauling-Paolozzi Foundation, and we launched a new major and graduate degree.

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    2010 Year in Review Highlights

    2010 Year in Review Highlights

    College of Charleston continued to attract attention for its academics (Parade Magazine named us a "Best Small College") and amazing extra-curricular opportunities (our Quidditch team is ranked No. 12 in the world).

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    2012 Undergraduate Commencement Highlights

    2012 Undergraduate Commencement Highlights

    The College of Charleston undergraduate commencement ceremonies were held on Saturday, May 12, 2012 in the historic Cistern Yard. An additional record breaking 160 students graduated from The Graduate School of the College of Charleston on May 11, 2012 in the TD Arena.

    The commencement speaker for both undergraduate ceremonies was Arlinda Locklear '73, the first female Native American attorney to argue before the Supreme Court. During her 35-year career in federal Indian law, she has represented tribes throughout the country in federal and state courts on treaty claims to water and land, taxation disputes with states and local authorities, reservation boundary issues, and federal recognition of tribes. In 1984, Locklear appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court, where she successfully challenged South Dakota's authority to prosecute a Native American for on-reservation conduct. In doing so, she was the first Native American woman to appear before the Court.

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