College of Charleston communication professors discuss Stephen Colbert’s foray into the changing landscape of late night talk shows.
A gift of $25,000 will purchase water quality monitoring equipment to be used at the College’s Dixie Plantation.
Ayala Asherov will celebrate the release of her new CD, Colors & Shapes, with a performance at Woolfe Street Playhouse at 7 p.m. on Sept. 2, 2015. The album features her School of the Arts teaching colleagues Mark Bryan and Quentin Baxter.
The Saturday Night Live cast member and movie star will deliver laughs in Sottile Theatre on September 10, 2015.
The College of Charleston’s emergency preparedness team continues to monitor Tropical Storm Erika.
Since graduating from the College in 2014, the arts management major has been living his dream as a recording artist and touring musician. He credits his professors with helping jumpstart his career.
In the wake of the Emanuel AME Church shooting, the College is hosting a number of events that address race relations in the United States, black culture, and civil rights.
At Soundview Millworks, Grant Tankoos ’05 makes nautically-inspired cutting boards and furniture. In his spare time, he also restores gorgeous, classic boats.
Country Music Television announced that Darius Rucker will perform an exclusive concert on Aug. 26, 2015, for College of Charleston students as part of the channel’s “Instant Jam” program.