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Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks to the crowd during a rally at Central Piedmont Community College on the lawn of Overcash Center in Charlot…
Last week, an important light was cast on the extent to which money and influence can trump merit in college admissions decisions.
A used textbook seller is taking South Carolina's largest public technical college to federal court alleging it ran a "scam" on its own studen…
The ripple effect of an ill-fated business deal still haunts the Charleston School of Law, but leaders say they are taking steps to improve th…
State lawmakers are lining up behind a wide-ranging piece of legislation to improve South Carolina's struggling schools, sparking hope for the first time in decades that elected officials will overhaul a system that has failed students and sent teachers fleeing to other jobs.
Incoming College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu will receive a pay package of about $500,000 when he starts work on March 1 — more than his predecessor but less than some coaches and other heads of southern universities.
He was assistant commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps. Now he's president of The Citadel. One semester in, retired Gen. Glenn Walters has big plans for revamping the finances and facilities of his alma mater.
Charleston's American College of the Building Arts, a one-of-a-kind private school, currently has 75 students but soon hopes its enrollment will double after winning accreditation this year.
The Delta Phi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta at Clemson University is the ninth Greek fraternity or sorority to receive a suspension or shut down completely there during the past five years.