Michael Colgan, a geologist at the College of Charleston, spends his days studying the ocean floor, its geology and coral reefs. He said oil surveys might find oil, but they won’t find it off South Carolina’s coast. Read more of the Greenville News story.
Three College of Charleston School of the Arts alumni are featured in the fall season of Charleston Supported Art’s selection of artists.
Senior Jacquelin Zimmerman’s love of figure skating motivated her to start a figure skating club at the College.
Levi Vonk ’13 was a model Honors College student and natural leader as an undergraduate at the College of Charleston. He’s currently finishing up graduate school in England.
The season begins with an exhibition game against Emory University on Nov. 8, 2014, at noon in TD Arena.
Now in its 14th year, the Aaron Olitsky Memorial Classic honors the life of the former Cougar soccer player and 1997 graduate of the College who died tragically in a car accident in 2001. The tournament kicks off Aug. 29, 2014, at Patriots Point.
Crawford was a standout player on the women’s basketball team at Georgetown University before becoming assistant coach at Longwood University in Farmville, Va., in 2012.
Legendary College of Charleston Head Coach John Kresse led the Cougars to a NAIA Championship title and four NCAA Tournament appearances.
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.
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.
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.
Margaret Bradham Thornton will read from her new book “Charleston” at 7 p.m., Sept. 4, 2014, in Alumni Hall. There’s even a reference to the College of Charleston in the novel’s opening pages.
The fall kickoff of the monthly series is August 25, 2014 and features Richard “Gus” Gusler (Manager for Hootie & the Blowfish and Darius Rucker) and Doc McGhee (Attorney for Hootie & the Blowfish and Darius Rucker).
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.
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 […]
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 […]