Sometimes when Dan Ravenel ’72 is driving his car and spots a soccer game in progress along the highway, he’ll pull over to watch. It could be a s..
During his tenure at the College, from 1975 to 2003, Jeffrey Foster, professor emeritus of French, watched the campus transform from a small instituti..
Emotions were running high when Celeste West and Brandon Phillips embraced that September evening. They didn’t know each other: this student embarki..
When you’ve traveled around the world and seen the things Amy Brown has seen – grinding poverty in war-torn Armenia, orphans in Central Africa who..
Eight-year-old Laura Funk Zucker ’06 (M.A.T.) turned around to see her parents, but the door to the hallway where they’d just kissed her goodbye w..
Half the world over, Harry Huge (pronounced Huge-ee) is a hero. That’s what they call him in the hills of West Virginia, where the high-powered lawy..
It’s the highest point in all of Africa, rising nearly 6,000 meters above sea level. To reach the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro, hikers usually devote six ..
She might be lying through her teeth, but Georgia Maynard isn’t trying to be deceitful when she tells people she’s from Spartanburg, S.C. She’s ..
The College of Charleston is unlike any other place. There’s just something different about it. The College defies easy description. It’s old, yet..
Azikiwe Chandler ’14 (M.A.T.) has long had a three-part plan for his life. First, develop personally into a respectable man through travel and volun..