On Thursday, May 3, 2018, the mental health nonprofit, The Invisible Illnesses, founded by Emily Torchiana '17, will host its first benefit at the Woo..
Under the direction of three CofC alumni, the Lowcountry Maritime Society offers children hands-on learning opportunities through its boatbuilding pro..
Roland Cruickshank '94 has enjoyed a successful career in hospital administration after graduating from the College. Now, he's the president of a majo..
When she was a child, Andria Rogers '12 thought she wanted to be an actress. Instead, she found she was drawn to the glitz and glamour of vintage jewe..
Charleston's exalted reputation as a foodie town inspired these six alums to make their mark in the local cuisine scene...
Hayley Meyer '17 never wanted to be a hero, but when her mother went into cardiac arrest in 2016 she had no choice...
Alumna Jazzi Goode '11 connects with her elementary school students in a profound way by dressing up as prominent figures from African American histor..
The College of Charleston is the No. 13 producer of Peace Corps volunteers among midsize universities in the U.S. ..
In celebration of Black History Month, the Department of Athletics will honor Cougar trailblazers at the final men’s basketball regular-season home ..
As an anthropology major, Patrick Gittard '08 wanted to learn about the world outside of his own. Now as the marketing manager for a company in Shangh..