“Tackling a hefty new monthly expense can be daunting, particularly for recent grads who haven’t found steady work.” Here is an article published by the Associated Press regarding student loan debt. http://bigstory.ap.org/article/14ac4701fb404bb7915a2db97eae9c0d/times-5-tips-tackle-student-loan-debt.
The College of Charleston and The Harry and Reba Huge Foundation Directors and Staff gathered for a reception on September 7th just in time to meet the new C of C President, Glenn McConnell. Guests included Huge Scholars at College of Charleston, students studying from the University of Tartu at the College of Charleston, and… Read More
Bethany Brittenham, a senior majoring in Biological Systems Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a winner of the Dorothy Vorderstrasse Huge Scholarship, enjoyed an interesting summer interning with the Army Corps. of Engineers. A summary of her internship follows: A majority of my work involved hydrologic surveys and bank characteristic surveys of the Missouri… Read More
Pictured above are the Huge Scholar’s from College of Charleston from left to right: Grace Moxley, Katherine Murchison, Zach Sturman, Polina Aleshina and Kaya Tollas
On June 4th, Tommy Milner, CEO of Cabela’s Inc., presented scholarship checks to the 2014 winners of the Cabela’s Women in Leadership Scholarship. The winners and their parents traveled to Sidney, Nebraska, world headquarters of Cabela’s, where the presentation was part of Cabela’s annual shareholders meeting. Following the presentations, the winners were hosted to a… Read More
On July 2, 2014, Harry and Reba Celebrated their 54th Anniversary in Tallinn, Estonia with 54 flowers from the Lippmaa’s.
Haley Gebers Michaela Marsh Memorial Day Weekend in DC by Christa Ostdiek DC summary for Huges by Taylor Washington DC. Mari Mägi DC Summary by Jett D.C. Trip By Jenny Hershberger DC Summary by Jessica Danson Washington Trip by Stacia
We recently sat down to talk with Marina Kaljurand, Estonia Ambassador to the US, about the impact of the exchange partnership between Nebraska Wesleyan University, the University of Tartu in Estonia, and the College of Charleston. First established by the Foundation in 2007, the exchange includes students, faculty, and expert lecturers in academics, politics, and… Read More