Students, alumni and professionals collaborate to bring high-quality performances to the stage in Piccolo Spoleto’s 11th annual Stelle di Domani series.
Some of the College’s top 2016 graduates will be heading to London, Germany, Ireland and South America to teach, pursue advanced degrees and perform research.
Named after CofC alumna Tabetha Boyajian ’03, Tabby’s Star is considered the “most mysterious star in the galaxy” – and you can join the community of stargazers helping astronomers figure it out. Could this megastructure be evidence of aliens?
Reading an “I Want Your Job” story on The College Today helped lead alum Devin Tracy ’15 to a full-time job at Forbes magazine.
Four senior baseball players were awarded degrees on the field after missing graduation because of an away game.
Four recent graduates received Fulbright awards for postgraduate study in England, Germany, Mexico and Uganda.
The new exhibit, on display through August 2016, coincides with the release of a new book, “Porgy and Bess: A Charleston Story,” and a public lecture on May 31, 2016.
The partnership between the College and Uber, which entitles new riders to a $20 discount, helps support the Alumni Association’s scholarship fund.
After Hurricane Katrina, physics professor Gabe Williams was inspired to study the changes in intensity of hurricanes.
Photos capturing the emotional response to the tragedy at Emanuel A.M.E Church have been made available online by the College’s Lowcountry Digital History Initiative, Lowcountry Africana, and the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture, among others.