The Cougars’ 7-6 victory moves the College of Charleston into the winners bracket of the Tallahassee Regional tournament.
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In addition to the fifty recent graduates, five faculty and staff members at the College also have earned the Global Scholars designation.
Mary J. White ’94, a master teacher at the College’s N.E. Miles Early Childhood Development Center, is featured on the cover of Teaching Young Children, a national magazine for preschool educators.
College of Charleston REACH graduate Sam Hazeltine was honored with a resolution from the South Carolina House of Representatives.
Graduating arts management major Stirling Rentz, the reigning Miss North Charleston 2015, will compete next month for the title of Miss South Carolina 2015.
The College of Charleston will celebrate the accomplishments of graduates from its Bachelor of Professional Studies Program on May 14, 2015.
College of Charleston education fellow Terry Peterson, a pioneer in arts in education and afterschool learning, will be recognized for lifetime achievement in the 2015 Elizabeth O’Neill Verner Governor’s Awards for the Arts on May 13, 2015.
For the past nine years, College alumna and former trustee Debra Gammons ’87 has held a 5k race in Summerville, S.C., to honor the life of her mother and raise awareness about stroke prevention.
For many students at the College, intramural sports and sports clubs are a great way to make new friends. Just ask intramural basketball champions Mitchell Campbell, Tremayne Garvin, Patrick Young and Matt Suchecki.