He didn’t want to leave Charleston. He knew he had to write something (publish or perish, as they say), but he had a young family to take care of an..
When you’ve got names like Pablo Picasso, Jasper Johns and Shepard Fairey coming to your birthday celebration, you’re kind of a big deal. Y..
by Alicia Lutz ’98 Photography by Heather McGrath This is when it matters. This is when it counts. This is when everything else is irrelevant, e..
When you’re in the business of collecting, you’re eventually going to run out of room – especially when you’ve been at it as long as the South..
She was 2,272 miles from Charleston, having left her daughter with her mom for the month and traveled by herself first to her native Georgetown, Guya..
Say what you will about the selfie trend: The sometimes-flattering, sometimes-funny self-portraits photographed at arm’s length or in a mirror and t..
When you have a thirst for education, there’s nothing like the real thing – just ask the five freshmen in the Coca-Cola First Generation Scholars ..
Tell Mickey Barber ’82 to act her age, and she’ll tell you that’s exactly what she’s doing. Sure, she might be the oldest competitor in the 2..
You couldn’t go into Charleston’s Market in the 1990s without seeing Sebastian “Bash” Gomez ’96 tossing colorful, feathered batons and balls..
Emily Roos ’00 has her target in sight. She knows what she’s after. She’s taking aim. All it took was one kung fu class, and her direction was c..