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Located next to the Cato Center, the Albert Simons Center for the Arts contains practice rooms, art studios, classrooms, and faculty offices.
Bring your family to check out a performance while they’re in town!
Check out some of the hundreds of performances held in the Emmett Robinson Theatre and Recital Hall – many are free!
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Marion and Wayland H. Cato Jr. Center for the Arts, College of Charleston
161 Calhoun St (at St. Phillip St)
"Hang out on one of the benches on the first floor – they’re surprisingly comfortable!"
Burnet Rhett Maybank Hall
169 Calhoun St (at College of Charleston)
"Being a jacket. Sometimes it's pleasant, most often it's not."
Thaddeus Street Jr Education Center
25 Saint Philip St (at College of Charleston)
"Take a break from classes on one of the couches in the lobby – open 24/7 for studying and hanging out."
Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library, College of Charleston
205 Calhoun St
"I love that coffee is close, a lot of the tables have outlets, and that there are both talking floors and quiet floors!"
59 George St (at Saint Phillip St)
"if you're in a hurry, dont stop in at 10:50, 11:50, or 12:50 during school hours! there's always a long line right after classes get out"
Caviar & Bananas
Deli / Bodega · $$
51 George St (St. Philip St.)
"We shared a shrimp salad sandwich. The whole wheat bread was my favorite part. Fresh. Excellent place to go for options. Sandwiches, sushi, deli counter, coffee, teas, and other delicatessens."
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