This story has danger, espionage, success and fame. It’s got fashion, the arts, the mob, the finer things in life. It’s got conspiracy, courtroom ..
College of Charleston alumna Alicia Moreau Shambo ’89 helped save lives at the Boston Marathon bombings in 2013. Read why she plans to return to the..
You don’t have to look around campus long to find space dedicated to stretching students’ minds, exercising their intellect and keeping their brai..
Full of energy, of novelty, possibility and excitement, the streets of downtown Charleston are invigorating for most students. There’s always someth..
We all have that favorite professor. That one we really related to, really connected with. That one who made calculus click or Rembrandt relevant. Who..
He had no way of knowing that breaking his arm as an 8-year-old would determine the course of his career. All Andy Steinhauser ’02 knew was that, ev..
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..