Graduate alum David Shiffman took on the Discovery Channel (with a little help from his friends) – and he won.
The dean of the College’s new School of Professional Studies has been taking on challenges all his life.
College of Charleston experts offer tips for runners in the Cooper River Bridge Run.
The New York Times called Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner the “the kind of player who makes everyone in an organization happy.”
This year, a record 14 College of Charleston students applied to study in countries such as Thailand and Guatemala as part of the Fulbright program. Eight are finalists.
College of Charleston adjunct professor of anthropology Ade Ofunniyin, grandson of the late Charleston blacksmith Philip Simmons, has been named one of CHARLIE magazine’s “50 Most Progressive.”
Religion and science scholar Andrew Aghapour ’07 returns to the College to discuss neuroplasticity in the modern age.
Wise batted .500 with two doubles, a triple, a homer, eight runs scored in College of Charleston’s last four games.
The School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs is hosting its annual World Cultures Fair on March 26, 2015, in the Stern Center Garden, 71 George St.