Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to rediscover the seven most romantic places on the College of Charleston campus.
Students at the College are learning self-defense techniques based on Brazilian jiu-jitsu, but the class is just as much about attitude as it is physical skill.
All alumni, students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in an oral history project created by the College’s Office of Sustainability. It’s easy: just walk to King Street and relate your most memorable moment on campus.
Freshman Josh Bristow’s dance performances at basketball games are unforgettable and have made him a local celebrity. See him in action at the James Madison game on Feb. 11, 2016.
On Feb. 9, CNN will broadcast a focus group meeting on the evening of the New Hampshire primary. Two days later, POLITICO will host two forums on campus devoted to the economy and energy.
Kendall Deas, an expert in education policy research and an adjunct professor in the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance, was recently named a 2016-2017 New Leadership Academy Fellow by the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and its National Center For Institutional Diversity.
The state representative from Orangeburg, S.C., will speak on campus at 6 p.m. on Feb. 12, 2016. The event is part of National Black History Month and the Office of Institutional Diversity Signature Speaker Series.
Homecoming 2016 is many things. It’s a time of service, honor and spirit – and, of course, a little friendly competition. And it’s all happening right now at the College of Charleston.
Michael Shemtov ’00 has opened one restaurant after another in Charleston. He’s not stopping, and he’s spreading across The South.
The week-long festival has evolved into a 10-day extravaganza featuring comedians, specialty beer and, most importantly, lectures devoted to the legacy of the great scientist’s ideas.