Author Archive: Ron Menchaca
The Colonial Scholarship is the most prestigious scholarship awarded by the College of Charleston. The full four-year scholarship helps attract some of the best and brightest students from South Carolina.
Biology professor Andrew Clark is studying hagfish in the hope that their unique feeding and knotting behaviors could lead to advances in the design and safety of climbing rope.
Mary Chandler Bryan, a rising junior from Chapin, S.C., has qualified for the U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship, joining three other current or former Cougar golfers to qualify for the prestigious event.
Project Oceanica, founded in 2001 by College of Charleston associate professor of geology Leslie Sautter, provides opportunities for students to explore our vast underwater world.
Whether you’ve never read Hebrew before or just want to brush up on your skills, an upcoming weekly course offered by Jewish Studies can help you. Reading Hebrew begins Aug. 25, 2014, and is free and open to the public.
The College’s men’s and women’s cross country teams kick of their season on Aug. 29, 2014, at the Coastal Carolina Invitational in Conway, S.C. Both teams are returning accomplished runners from last year’s squads.
Biology major Zach Brooker can’t imagine a more perfect place to study the natural environment than Alaska. He’s spending his summer there as part of an internship studying salmon populations in Prince William Sound.
Ever wonder why it’s so hard to catch a scurrying cockroach? College of Charleston neurobiologist Jeff Triblehorn explains why the Palmetto bug is so adept at sensing threats.
On the basketball court, Nikki Williams ’09 was a tough competitor. Now she’s putting that drive and her business degree to use in the fashion industry. Her Foreign Öbject fashion line includes bow ties worn by rappers and celebrities.