Campus Chef Shows Her Stuff on ‘Chopped’

Campus Chef Shows Her Stuff on ‘Chopped’

Watch a video of College of Charleston Chef Tonya Mitchell competing on the Food Network’s “Chopped” television series.

How Much Do You Really Know About the CofC Experience?

How Much Do You Really Know About the CofC Experience?

The more you know before your first day at the College, the better. Take this quiz to test your CofC knowledge and get a leg up on your first day at the College!

Teacher Education Professor Takes on Tanzania

Teacher Education Professor Takes on Tanzania

College of Charleston professor mutindi ndunda is in Tanzania for the summer thanks to a prestigious grant from the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program.

Sneak Peek at College of Charleston Magazine Summer Issue

Sneak Peek at College of Charleston Magazine Summer Issue

From alumni winning 100-mile trail races or getting captured in the Battle of the Bulge to the people working behind the scenes to make the College run, the people featured in the summer issue are all worth celebrating.

Student Tech Entrepreneurs Pitch Big Ideas

Student Tech Entrepreneurs Pitch Big Ideas

Network Globally, Act Locally (NGAL) is a unique academic program at the College of Charleston where students can win cash prizes for developing unique products.

Charleston Celebrates the Life of Sen. Clementa Pinckney

Charleston Celebrates the Life of Sen. Clementa Pinckney

A record crowd of nearly 6,000 packed the College’s TD Arena on Friday, June 26, 2015, for the funeral of the slain pastor and state senator.

Avery Center Receives $125K Grant to Spark Conversations About Race and Inequality

Avery Center Receives $125K Grant to Spark Conversations About Race and Inequality

Google awarded a total of $375,000 to local community organizations, including the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture.

President McConnell Issues Statement on Confederate Flag

President McConnell Issues Statement on Confederate Flag

President McConnell issues a statement in support of Governor Nikki Haley’s call to remove the Confederate soldier’s flag from the South Carolina State House grounds.

Board of Trustees Approves Resolutions Concerning Church Tragedy and Confederate Battle Flag

Board of Trustees Approves Resolutions Concerning Church Tragedy and Confederate Battle Flag

The College of Charleston Board of Trustees today approved two resolutions concerning the Church Tragedy and Confederate battle flag.

Notice Regarding Operations on Friday (June 26, 2015)

Notice Regarding Operations on Friday (June 26, 2015)

Notice from Vice President of Human Resources Ed Pope regarding College of Charleston operations for June 26, 2015.