The annual Sottile House tree lighting ceremony kicks off the holiday season on Dec. 1, 2015. One of the College’s most treasured traditions, the ceremony begins at 4 p.m. and includes entertainment, festive treats and photo opportunities with Santa Claus and Clyde the Cougar.
Caleb Bubash, a senior business administration major and a lance corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps, was awarded the Commandant’s Trophy for being the top graduate in his class at Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Va. He’ll be recognized at the men’s basketball game on Nov. 30, 2015.
The College of Charleston campus is closed for the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday, November 26–Sunday, November 29. It will reopen Monday, November 30, when classes will resume.
Campus experts urge you to make the most of the Thanksgiving holiday by showing some love to Mother Earth and growing closer with friends and family.
The event at Emanuel A.M.E. Church on Dec. 4 will bring together national experts to address the issue of gun violence and prevention policies.
Alumnus Matt Lynch ’99 is responsible for making sure the millions of people who visit Wembley Stadium each year each have an incredible experience.
Tiny is huge right now. In fact, there’s a whole movement of people looking to minimize their spaces in order to maximize their lives. One alumna discovered firsthand that big things can come in small packages.
After their first entrepreneurial venture fizzled, alumni Matthew Coda ’14 and Jake Cotreau ’14 pivoted into the drone space.
A groundbreaking anesthesiologist, federal judge, two-time Academy Award winner and more will be honored at the 2015 College of Charleston Alumni Awards Gala on Nov. 19.