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It's a known fact that the College of Charleston draws plenty of women, but you might be surprised by the ratio of women to men in this year's freshman class.
The 2010 freshman class is made up of a whopping 1,330 females (66.2 percent) and only 680 males (33.8 percent).
So, what's up with all the ladies?
That's where Ken Burger's column in today's Post and Courier comes in to offer up some insight into why the College is so populated with the fairer sex.