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..
Two years ago, Joe Busch ’14 had an abstract idea about creating a greater sense of community at the College. Today, that idea has materialized into..
She should never have gone into banking. She knew even before she set out on her career path that she wasn’t following her passion. She knew she had..
Sometimes things just come together. Such was the case with the discovery of a 28-million-year-old fossil belonging to a previously unknown toothed wh..
Gertrude Sanford LeGendre lived a life most people can only dream about. She was an international traveler extraordinaire, big game hunter, American s..
Caitlin stone discovered the remnants of a soup bowl that measured 16 inches wide. sarah elgradawy pulled a skull out of a tomb built somewhere aroun..
In 40 years of teaching at the College, Douglas ashley left a legacy impossible to forget. The much-loved music professor retired this past spring af..
When you have a thirst for education, there’s nothing like the real thing – just ask the five freshmen in the Coca-Cola First Generation Scholars ..