Jim Phillips ’73 had spent the past 40 years systematically collecting the world’s most important and significant maps and atlases pertaining to t..
David Sneddon had never even heard of the College of Charleston – much less considered giving it his boat. But when he realized that his days of off..
If you ever need help getting your kid into college, consider calling Ann Looper Pryor ’83. In the last four years, she’s helped three nieces and ..
They have dreams. They see possibilities. They know that – with the right opportunities – they can make a difference. They’re out to change live..
He’s from the mountains of North Carolina, she’s from the Pee Dee region of South Carolina. They met in the College’s Craig Cafeteria in the fal..
Nothing beats the thrill of reeling in The Big One. And, even though the hefty Greville Haslam Sporting Book Collection didn’t put up a fight when i..
Ten years after his death, friends and family remember Aaron Olitsky '97 as a tour de force. ..
Life, it seems, is one big balancing act for Tanya Hunt. Just this semester, the junior biochemistry major is juggling the demands of classes in physi..
Take it from Alice: You never know what’s going to pop up next. But, when Eleanor Heldrich generously donated her collection of pop-up books to S..
Philanthropists like Anita Zucker are bolstering the College’s Holocaust studies in the Jewish Studies Program...