Alums Launch ‘Tinder for Food’ App Tender

Alums Launch ‘Tinder for Food’ App Tender

Using the swipe model popularized by Tinder, the three 2012 graduates developed Tender, an app that matches tech-savvy cooks with recipes.

Camping for Credit: Summer Class Embraces Ecovillage Living

Camping for Credit: Summer Class Embraces Ecovillage Living

This summer 2015 religious studies course took 11 students to the North Carolina mountains to camp for credit, learn what a chicken mobile is and much more.

6 Life Lessons Learned From My Double Lung Transplant

6 Life Lessons Learned From My Double Lung Transplant

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.

CougarMade: D’Allesandro’s Pizza Delivers Mouth-Watering Delights (video)

CougarMade: D’Allesandro’s Pizza Delivers Mouth-Watering Delights (video)

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.

5 Ways to Nail Your Gap Year After College

5 Ways to Nail Your Gap Year After College

Michael Feliciano ’14 turned his gap year after college into a computer programming job for a Charleston-based startup. Learn how he did it.

Studio Art Grad Grows Reputation with Public Sculptures

Studio Art Grad Grows Reputation with Public Sculptures

Sean Mueller ’15 is on a roll making big and bold bicycle-themed art and other public sculptures.

Alum Jonathan Brilliant is Master of Coffee Stirrer Art (Has Video)

Alum Jonathan Brilliant is Master of Coffee Stirrer Art (Has Video)

Watch Jonathan Brilliant ’02 use coffee shop materials to create amazing sculptures. One of his art installations used 60,000 coffee stirrers.

Memorial Scholarship Honors Life of Franklin Barker West

Memorial Scholarship Honors Life of Franklin Barker West

Honors College student Brandon Phillips is the first recipient of the Franklin Barker West Memorial Scholarship, which was established in honor of the CofC student killed in a car accident in 2013.

I Want Your Job: Singer with the U.S. Navy

I Want Your Job: Singer with the U.S. Navy

Patrick Melton ’06 gets paid to sing in front of huge international audiences – but maybe not the audiences you’d think. See how he used his music degree to start a career with the Navy!

Alum is Pulitzer Team’s Digital Wizard

Alum is Pulitzer Team’s Digital Wizard

The digital talents of alum Emory Parker ’10 helped The Charleston Post and Courier newspaper win a Pulitzer Prize.