Ryan M. Milner is an assistant professor of communication at the College of Charleston, where he studies participatory media and public conversation. He is on Twitter. Solutions to hateful speech often come down to gatekeeping. The Huffington Post, looking to “meet the needs of the grown-up Internet,” only allows comments from verified Facebook accounts. Google […]
College of Charleston’s Nu Zeta Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, was recently named an “Honor Chapter” for the 4th consecutive year.
In fall 2014, you’ll find new academic majors and minors, like urban studies and entrepreneurship, as well as two brand-new, high-tech facilities.
Following the performance of her one-woman play at Piccolo Spoleto this summer, Colie McClellan ’10 is taking her show on the road to Philadelphia. The play deals with the prevalence of dating and domestic violence against women.
The Ft. Johnson Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program is one of 30 funded by the NSF that focuses on ocean and marine sciences.
College of Charleston Sailing Program Director Greg Fisher Wins Lightning North American Championship
Sailing Program Director Greg Fisher and his crew won the Lightening North American Championship held in Wisconsin in August, 2014.
The Cougar volleyball team’s season-opening match against Davidson takes place Aug. 29, 2014, in TD Arena. The team capped its inaugural season in the Colonial Athletic Association by winning the tournament championship in 2013.
Mary Chandler Bryan, a rising junior from Chapin, S.C., has qualified for the U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship, joining three other current or former Cougar golfers to qualify for the prestigious event.
The College’s men’s and women’s cross country teams kick of their season on Aug. 29, 2014, at the Coastal Carolina Invitational in Conway, S.C. Both teams are returning accomplished runners from last year’s squads.
After nearly 20 years of teaching and conducting research at the College, associate professor of geology Cassandra Runyon is as passionate as ever about studying and exploring the universe with her students and colleagues.
Political science professor Claire Curtis is a gentle soul who loves her family, political philosophy and people-watching in Cistern Yard. But you might see a different side of her if you try to steal home plate or send texts in her class.
Communication professors comment on the new X-Men installment set in Charleston and the Lowcountry’s growing entertainment industry.
Communication professor Mike Lee’s new book examines conservative political thought in post-World War II America. Learn which books still influence GOP politics and what Lee thinks of the party’s chances to reclaim the White House in 2016.
Beginning Aug. 21, 2014, and continuing each Thursday during class change from 12:05 p.m. to 12:15 p.m., faculty and staff will read a poem to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War I.
Cougar Shuttle is a free downtown-area transportation service for students at the College of Charleston. Students with a valid Cougar Card can request a pick-up on the downtown peninsula by calling 888.960.2227.
Convocation will signal the official entry of the Class of 2018 into the College of Charleston community and the start of the 2014-15 academic year.
Georgestock is an annual student event that takes place on the eve of the first week of classes. This year’s event takes place Aug. 17. New and returning students are invited to dance, play games, eat and celebrate the Cougar Nation.
Naismith Hall of Famer Clarence “Big House” Gaines, who won 828 games in 47 years at Winston-Salem State, and John Kresse, who led the College of Charleston to an NAIA championship and four NCAA Division I tournament appearances, have been selected as the 2014 recipients of the Lapchick Character Award. Read more of the Associated […]
Faculty and students from the College of Charleston were in James Island Thursday testing out their newest high tech piece of equipment that will provide a unique view in future research projects. Read more on the WCSC-TV story.