The city of Charleston announced a laundry list of road and lane closures downtown ahead of the 10K race, which is expected to draw about 40,000 parti..
CofC alumnus Thai Phi will be taking the culinary creations from his campus-fixture food truck Pink Bellies to a new brick-and-mortar restaurant in C..
Glenda Johnson Byars '75, who was in fashion long before she came back to teach theatre at her alma mater, talks fashion, women's history and Charlest..
The Warrior Sailing Program gets injured veterans and active military personnel into sailing. The program visits the College of Charleston every sprin..
Center Stage, the College's student-run theater organization, is hosting a musical cabaret to benefit the LGBTQQI group We Are Family...
More than 55 students are vying for a limited number of volunteer positions at Charleston Fashion Week, which takes place March 14-18, 2017...
Charleston's first full-scale public skate park, set to open in March 2017, will be managed by CofC alumnus Josh McFadden '10, a former student-athlet..
There’s so much happening on the College of Charleston campus that we’d like to stop and take a moment to take a look back at some of our favorite..
The 12th Annual Chanukah in the Square takes place from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Dec. 29, 2016, in Marion Square...
The $200K grant from Google ensures the continuation of the College's Race and Social Justice Initiative and its important work on race and inequality..