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Paul Andrade Assistant Groundskeeper Supervisor, Grounds Department Background: Originally from Connecticut and have lived in South Carolina for seven years.
Before coming to the College of Charleston, I worked in the landscaping construction field and have been in the landscaping industry for 15 years. I enjoy carpentry, refurbishing furniture and cars.
"The music sort of touches everybody." “Signs,” the fourth album from the Tedeschi Trucks Band, was written and recorded during breaks in touring over an 18-month period.
Its songs sharpen the mix of rock, blues and soul that has been the trademark of the Tedeschi Trucks Band and include some of the band’s strongest songwriting.
I look forward to continuing my work with our Cof C community to recognize and build upon the integration of our exhibitions and programming into the academic and recreational fabric of our College community and city!