Photos of the Week: Outtakes from College of Charleston Magazine

Photos of the Week: Outtakes from College of Charleston Magazine

In case you missed it, the latest issue of College of Charleston magazine is here. We wanted to highlight a few of the photos that didn’t make it to print.

In just over a year, student group Collegiate Curls has grown to become a vibrant community for minority and multicultural students. Photo by Reese Moore


With a nimble eye and determined patience, Zachary Turpin ’07 (M.A.) managed to uncover two lost works from iconic American writer Walt Whitman.  Photo by Leslie Ryann McKellar


Cougars Equestrian Team Captain Amber Dorn has taken hardship in stride after a riding accident in 2016 left her facing a difficult recovery. Photo by Diana Deaver


In 1942, College of Charleston student Mary Croghan was selected, along with some of her female classmates, to serve in a top-secret capacity in World War II. Photo by Reese Moore


Vic Howie ’83 is the visionary behind the U.S. National Whitewater Center, one of the country’s preeminent facilities for outdoor recreation and paddle sports. Photo by Gately Williams. 



Sarah Fraser ’05 (M.E.S.) is a sustainability specialist at New Belgium Brewing. Photo by Reese Moore


Feature photo of Mary Croghan Ramsay’s pictures by Reese Moore.