“Diversity is something that works both ways,” said Dr. Andrew Sobiesuo, Associate Provost for College of Charleston Center for International Education. Sobiesuo says these children could help diversify schools. Read more of the WCSC-TV story.
Recognized leaders will talk about the increased local and state interest in reversing the summer learning loss, reducing the achievement gap and increasing student achievement.
Alan Shao, dean of the College of Charleston School of Business, offers 6 ways to make traveling easier in time for the busiest travel season of the year.
As the the reporter who broke the story about New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison’s investigation into the JFK assassination, Rosemary Powell James ’59 remembers some scary times in the Big Easy.
The College’s Architecture & Art History Club brings subjects to life in Charleston. Currently, they’re developing an educational curriculum for use in Charleston County schools.
Coach Monte Lee says new baseball class will make an immediate impact and build upon the program’s already-rich success.
Cougars finish the season with a 23-10 overall record.
The top-seeded College of Charleston team will take on the winner of the Delaware/UNCW match at 1:00 p.m. on Nov. 22.
The College of Charleston men’s basketball team will open the 2014 Puerto Rico Tip-Off against defending national champion No. 17-ranked University of Connecticut.
Assistant Professor of Economics Mark Witte discusses what the College of Charleston should consider if we were to add a football program.
Associate Professor of Biology Erik Sotka researches how an invasive Japanese seaweed species is able to thrive in every estuary in the Northern Hemisphere.
Dave Owens, associate dean of the Graduate School and professor of Biology, is closely involved with the South Carolina Aquarium’s work to rescue, rehabilitate and release sea turtles.
Kermit the Frog wasn’t kidding: It’s not easy being green – and professor Allison Welch can back him up. She’s found some interesting things in her research on the amphibians.
Need extra tutoring before finals or a quiet place to study? What about stress relief or a ride home after a late night of studying? The College has you covered.
On December 1, the Sottile tree is being lit for the 48th time since it was first decorated with oversized lights by the Sottile family in 1921.
The Cougar Activities Board will host the campus community for Winter Wonderland event including ice skating and food & drinks on Dec. 1, 2014.
College of Charleston Honors College alumnus James Hodge Jr. ’89 is presenting “The 2014 Ebola Outbreak: Issues of Law, Policy and Ethics” at 3 p.m. on Nov. 20, 2014.
Stephen Della Lana, an instructor at the College of Charleston’s Department of German and Slavic Studies who lived in Germany from 1989 until 1994, says he has chunks of the wall as well. “In 1990 when I went,” Della Lana tellsNewsweek, “there were holes in the wall. It was like Swiss cheese.” Read more of […]
The exhibit “Evolution of Whales” chronicles how whales and their cousins, including dolphins and porpoises, descended from land-dwelling creatures. It opened this weekend at the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History at the College of Charleston. Read more of the Associated Press story.