For decades, doctors have developed methods to diagnose how different types of cells and systems in the body are functioning. Now scientists have adapted an emerging biomedical technique to study the vast body of the ocean. In a paper published this week in the journal Science, scientists demonstrate that they can identify and measure proteins […]
African American studies is the newest major at the College, and a renowned scholar and hip hop producer will help to kick it off.
College senior Kelsey DePorte focuses her academics, extracurricular activities, internships, and activism on one thing: being more sustainable.
The major improvement project took place during summer 2014 and added additional study spaces, shelving for collections, a flexible learning/lecture room and expanded Special Collections.
History professor Scott Poole just published the first biography on Vampira (Malia Nurmi). He explains vampires in pop culture and whether they have staying power.
The season officially kicks off Nov. 14 when the Cougars head to Kennesaw State. The College’s season home opener takes place on Nov. 16 against UNC Greensboro.
Increase your Cougar Basketball I.Q. with these tidbits about the new College of Charleston coach.
The new coach said his goal it to fill every seat in TD Arena and to honor the basketball program’s spirit of competitiveness that he admired growing up in the Lowcountry.
College of Charleston instructor Max Kovalov’s European Studies capstone course is heavily influenced by current events that hit close to home for Kovalov.
Lei Jin has become a go-to expert on all aspects of Chinese culture in Charleston. She has organized a Chinese Moon Festival event to celebrate the extra-large-looking moon on September 9, 2014.
Hispanic Studies professor Michael Gómez explains the interest in nineteenth century Spanish literature and the journal Decimonónica.
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.
A panel of experts will discuss how U.S. cities like Charleston can best accommodate the migration of more people into urban areas in a sustainable way.
T.J. Miller and Thomas Middleditch, who both star in HBO’s Emmy-nominated series “Silicon Valley,” will perform a comedy show in Sottile Theatre on Sept. 18, 2014.
The show takes place at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 4, 2014, at the Emmett Robinson Theatre in the Simons Center for the Arts. Jones, who attended the College from 1985 to 1990, currently stars in the FOX television series “Sleepy Hollow.”
Former U.S. Olympic distance runner and Jiu Jitsu black belt Todd Williams created the RunSafer clinic to help runners, walkers and athletes protect themselves from dangerous situations.
Hosted by and benefitting the Department of Theatre and Dance at the College of Charleston School of the Arts, Jones will return to the Emmett Robinson stage, where he once performed as a student. Read more of the Post and Courier story.
College of Charleston looks to admit top ten percent of local high schools to gain more diverse students
“We are hoping this initiative will provide greater access to all students but especially those who are traditionally disadvantaged,” said John Bello-Ogunu, Chief Diversity Officer at the College of Charleston. Read more of the WCBD story.