Ashley Arnold ’08, who is featured on the cover of College of Charleston Magazine, has won trail races of 50 and 100 miles. But her biggest victory was rediscovering her passion for running and for life.
Each summer, students from across the country come to Grice Marine Lab to conduct research on marine life.
Hannah Ruegner ’14 explains how to run 4,000 miles from San Francisco to Baltimore, all in the name of cancer awareness.
Using the swipe model popularized by Tinder, the three 2012 graduates developed Tender, an app that matches tech-savvy cooks with recipes.
Brennen Reeves ’14 has struggled with cystic fibrosis his whole life and in 2011 received a double lung transplant. While his focus has always been on exhaling and inhaling, he’s got some tips to help the rest of us learn to … just breathe.
Ben ’05 and Nick D’Allesandro have been drawing hungry Cougars to D’Allesandro’s Pizza in Charleston for nearly 10 years. From the “Get Gnarly” to the “Beetnick,” their tasty pies are favorites of the College community.
Michael Feliciano ’14 turned his gap year after college into a computer programming job for a Charleston-based startup. Learn how he did it.
Sean Mueller ’15 is on a roll making big and bold bicycle-themed art and other public sculptures.
Watch Jonathan Brilliant ’02 use coffee shop materials to create amazing sculptures. One of his art installations used 60,000 coffee stirrers.