Levi Vonk ’13 was a model Honors College student and natural leader as an undergraduate at the College of Charleston. He’s currently finishing up graduate school in England.
Following the performance of her one-woman play at Piccolo Spoleto this summer, Colie McClellan ’10 is taking her show on the road to Philadelphia. The play deals with the prevalence of dating and domestic violence against women.
The Colonial Scholarship is the most prestigious scholarship awarded by the College of Charleston. The full four-year scholarship helps attract some of the best and brightest students from South Carolina.
Melissa Siegel ’03 and Stephanie Wheeler ’03 say “in the context of ongoing welfare debates, health reform, changing immigration policies, and economies in flux, there’s no better time to teach this course.”
The 2014 SPECTRA class, which includes nearly 100 freshman with diverse backgrounds, continues through Aug. 9, 2014.
Jessica Colie McClellan ’10 researched, wrote, crowd-funded, and performs in her own play. They Call Me Arethusa is presented as part of Piccolo Spoleto.
Having the world-class Spoleto Festival in the College’s backyard has provided an immersive learning experience for students in the School of the Arts and led to arts-related jobs.