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A History to Remember: Penn Center Campus Proposed a National Monument

June 2, 2016 - Posted in News by Kristina Rackley
Penn Center

The historic Penn Center of St. Helena’s Island has been a center of African American education, cultural preservation, and social justice for over 150 years. Founded in 1862, the Penn Center, then called Penn School, was one of the first institutions in the South that...

Columbia Museum of Art Recognized at the White House

June 1, 2016 - Posted in Business by Andrea Esselman
Entrance to Columbia Museum of Art

Hard work and dedication truly do pay off. Eighteen years ago, the Columbia Museum of Art opened its doors at its current Main Street location. The move from its original site on Bull and Senate Streets was the beginning of Columbia’s revitalization of its downtown. The...

Horne-Sanford Debate Monday, June 6 at 7pm on SCETV

June 1, 2016 - Posted in SCETV by Glenn Rawls
Jenny Horne and Mark Sanford to Debate on ETV

South Carolina ETV is broadcasting a debate between the Republican candidates for S.C.’s First Congressional District. Incumbent Mark Sanford and challenger Jenny Horne will debate live from ETV’s Beaufort studios Monday, June 6, 2016. The program will be carried statewide...

Dream Job | Endowment Intern Kristina

June 1, 2016 - Posted in Local by Kristina Rackley
Endowment Intern Kristina

Four weeks into this internship, and I’m still blown away by how lucky I was to be chosen to work here. I’ve only been here for a month, but I’ve already written nine articles and have gone on three shoots. I got to interview someone at the Riverbanks Zoo on Facebook live,...

Wells Fargo Visits W.F. Sandel Elementary to Teach Children to Save

June 1, 2016 - Posted in Education by Kaitlyn Park
children learn about saving in classroom

On May 12, 2016, Wells Fargo Team Members visited W.F. Sandel Elementary in Columbia, S.C., as part of the bank’s Teach Children to Save Campaign. Teach Children to Save is a national program sponsored by the American Bankers Association (ABA). Bank volunteers speak with...

SC Voter ID Laws: What You Need to Know for the Upcoming Primaries

May 31, 2016 - Posted in News by Kristina Rackley
vote button

The implementation of voter ID laws, which typically require voters to provide some form of photo ID to be able to vote in primaries and presidential elections, has been an issue fraught with controversy in several states. Voter ID laws are meant to prevent fraud from...

The Wall That Heals: Remembering Those Who Gave All for Our Freedom

May 30, 2016 - Posted in Local by Sydney Hankinson
Flag

Many folks here in South Carolina will have Memorial Day off from work. That means time to sleep in, relax and maybe even host a barbecue. However, it is important to take some time to remember those who will not get to spend Memorial Day with their families, but were...

Writing for Web | Endowment Intern Sydney

May 27, 2016 - Posted in Local by Sydney Hankinson
Endowment Intern Sydney

Two weeks down, eight more to go! This week, I wrote two articles. Both of them took quite a bit of time and revision, but it was great to see my name on the finished products when they were posted on the website! I learned how to insert a hyperlink in my articles. It’s not...

Feeling Professional | Endowment Intern Sarah

May 27, 2016 - Posted in Local by Sarah Stone
Intern Sarah

Well that was fast. I can’t believe my first week as an intern has already come and gone. I’m sad that this much time has already passed. On the other hand, my parents have told me that the first week at a new job is often the most difficult. The transition here has been...

Africanized Bees Found in SC for First Time in 15 Years

May 26, 2016 - Posted in Local by Sydney Hankinson
Africanized Bee

A hive of Africanized honey bees, also called “killer bees,” was recently discovered in Charleston County. It is the first time since 2001 that Africanized bees have been found in South Carolina. In 2001, a colony of Africanized honey bees was found on the wing of an...

Columbia Pays Homage to Growing Diverse Culture Through Festival

May 26, 2016 - Posted in Local by Sydney Hankinson
CCCF

According to the 2010 United States Census , those from Latin America and the Caribbean make up between 50 and 64.9 percent of South Carolina’s foreign-born population. With this in mind, area thought leaders are kicking off the third annual Carolina Caribbean Festival in...

Sen. Pinckney's Portrait Unveiled at the State House

May 25, 2016 - Posted in News by Aimee Crouch
Senator Clementa Pinckney

On Thursday, the late Senator Clementa Pinckney's portrait was unveiled in the State Senate. SCETV streamed the ceremony live. Stay tuned to SCETV and Palmetto Scene for more coverage, as we approach the one-year anniversary of the tragedy in Charleston.

Pawley's Island House of Worship Shows Resilience Through the Years

May 24, 2016 - Posted in Local by Sarah Stone
House of Worship

Coastal towns are a testament to resilience. The ocean, the sand and the wind work slowly to corrode infrastructure. Storms and hurricanes bring a more sudden form of destruction. Yet residents continue to return, rebuild and restore their towns. In Southern communities,...

Walmart Expands Free Curbside Grocery Pickup Service to Columbia Locations

May 23, 2016 - Posted in News by Krishna Thakker
Walmart Expands Free Curbside Grocery Pickup Service to Columbia Locations

According to ColaDaily , Walmart launched an online grocery pickup service on Thursday at four stores located in Columbia. The free service is said to be popular with busy parents who will fill their virtual cart as they run out of items and then schedule a weekend pickup...

ORIGINAL SC | Conductor Morihiko Nakahara

May 23, 2016 - Posted in Local by Tabitha Safdi
Morihiko Nakahara

Since 1964, the South Carolina Philharmonic has been performing and promoting high-quality, professional symphonic music for the community. Morihiko Nakahara is known for his charismatic presence on and off the podium. He’s the music director and conductor. A native of...

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