The featured event on Sept. 15, 2015, will include survivors of the 1963 Birmingham Church Bombing as well as a member of Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C.
Ayala Asherov will celebrate the release of her new CD, Colors & Shapes, with a performance at Woolfe Street Playhouse at 7 p.m. on Sept. 2, 2015. The album features her School of the Arts teaching colleagues Mark Bryan and Quentin Baxter.
Employees from Google visit the College of Charleston campus August 27-29, 2015 to interact with students, faculty and staff.
Students met with faculty in small groups around campus before convening in Cistern Yard for a formal welcome by President Glenn McConnell.
August is here and the first day of classes is right around the corner. Check out this list of 2015 back-to-school events at CofC!
Comedian and South Carolina native Aziz Ansari comes to the College’s Sottile Theatre on July 11, 2015, as part of his “Modern Romance” book tour.
There are plenty of CofC faculty and alumni involved in this year’s Piccolo Spoleto Festival. Here are 12 must-sees!
A Charleston Affair weekend is here! Seniors and alumni can enjoy the event on May 9 and 10, 2015, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the College of Charleston.
“Hush Harbor: An Exhibition of Student Designs for a Monument to the Courage of Those Who Suffered During the Atlantic Slave Trade” is opening on May 6 in the third-floor hallway of the Albert Simons Center for the Arts. The design proposals, a project for an art history course, are for a memorial to be installed outside the future International African American Museum on Charleston Harbor.
Charlestonians Sarah Grimké (1792 – 1873) and Angelina Grimké Weld (1805 – 1879) were among the first American reformers to compare the condition of women to the plight of enslaved Africans and to call for an end to exploitation based on race and gender.
In celebration of National Poetry Month, Holy City Youth Slam is hosting a poetry workshop and a poetry slam for young poets on April 25, 2015, at the Charleston Charter School for Math and Science. Founded by Matthew Foley ’08, Holy City Youth Slam is a spoken-word poetry program that aims to empower Charleston youth.