Hire a Woman for CofC

[Originally published in the Post and Courier and reprinted here with the author’s permission.] by Steve Bailey Imagine that if within days of the news that Glenn (Jeb) McConnell was stepping down after four glorious years as president of the College of Charleston that the trustees announced they were embarking on a national search for his replacement […]

Now for the hard part…

By Steve Bailey.  This column first appeared in the Post & Courier. Congratulations, graduates: Take a bow because you have earned it, whether you are getting that diploma from high school or college. We are proud of you. Now comes the hard part, that elusive, scary thing called “success” in your life ahead. In an […]

Proud to stand with CAJM

It’s almost time for the Charleston Area Justice Ministry (CAJM) to hold its 2017 Nehemiah Action Assembly, April 24, 7 PM, Mt. Moriah Baptist Church on Rivers Avenue. I think you’ll be glad you came, if you can make it. There’ll be some singing, some testimonials, and some questions for our public officials, asking them […]

Missing Conseula

I am not resigned.

The New Segregation

Charleston County brags on the Academic Magnet High School.  Why shouldn’t we?  It’s the crown jewel of our public school system.  The best public high school in the state regularly makes the top ten in the nation, according to U. S. News and World Report. Sure, our school choice policy might be killing North Charleston and Stall, […]