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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.
From aerospace engineer to liberal arts college president Andrew T. Hsu brings a new perspective to the historic College of Charleston. Alumni and faculty who were riled by his predecessor's selection are expressing optimism for a new era.
The College of Charleston's next president will be Andrew T. Hsu, currently the provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at T…
Jeff Schilz, director of the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, announced his resignation Wednesday, a month after the agency's chairman quit during a spat over the director's unauthorized $91,487 pay raise.
Three candidates seeking the job of president at the College of Charleston took turns establishing their liberal-arts bona fides during campus visits this week.
South Carolina's most powerful politician demanded the chairman and director of the state's college commission resign after the director received an unauthorized $91,487 raise that made him one of the state's highest-paid agency heads.
Judy Blume books, Captain Underpants and Harry Potter were beloved literary fixtures in Madz Maher's young reading life. She never knew some U…