Author Archive: Melissa Whetzel
If your mom is crying when she leaves your residence hall, don’t assume they’re tears of sadness. She might be thinking of the mess she’ll no longer have to deal with…
Kyle Jones ’11 is an account executive with the San Antonio Spurs. He attended all the home games, got to participate in Championship Parade, and will even get a championship ring.
Junior Marcus Brown is one of 100 Phi Beta Sigma fraternity members chosen from universities across the U.S. to perform a step show as part of the organization’s 100th anniversary celebration.
The Graduate School of the College of Charleston saw a record number of MBA candidates and the M.A. in History and M.Ed. in Middle Grades Education recorded substantial growth.
The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston and Director Mark Sloan have served as a springboard for the careers of hundreds of students.
Several departments have been restructured to better align academic programs, students, and faculty with the growing business community needs.
Alumna Dyanne Vaught ’13 was drawn to economics because of its relevance to the “real world.” Now she’s helping to define the nation’s monetary policy at the Federal Reserve – in a city she calls the “mecca” for economic research.