Faculty Contributes Perspective on the Emanuel A.M.E. Church Tragedy

Faculty Contributes Perspective on the Emanuel A.M.E. Church Tragedy

Charleston is finding its own way to grieve last week’s tragedy at Emanuel A.M.E. Church on Calhoun Street. These College of Charleston faculty members have written poignant pieces to work through the experience and express what it’s really like in Charleston right now.

Beloved College Librarian Lost in Church Shooting

Beloved College Librarian Lost in Church Shooting

College community mourns the loss of beloved research librarian lost in church shooting.

President McConnell Praises Collaborative Law Enforcement Effort

President McConnell Praises Collaborative Law Enforcement Effort

President McConnell praises police effort that led to capture of suspect in church tragedy.

Updated: Message from Chief of Campus Police Robert Reese Regarding Church Tragedy

Updated: Message from Chief of Campus Police Robert Reese Regarding Church Tragedy

Message from Chief of Campus Police Robert Reese Regarding Church Tragedy

Message from President McConnell Regarding Church Tragedy

Message from President McConnell Regarding Church Tragedy

President McConnell’s statement on the Charleston church tragedy that took place on June 17, 2015.

Slideshow: Going Dutch With A Charleston Affair

Slideshow: Going Dutch With A Charleston Affair

Artist Morgan Schemel ’11 transported Charleston’s best party across the Atlantic to the Netherlands.

7 Insider Tips for College Orientation

7 Insider Tips for College Orientation

Get out and explore at night, show up on time to academic advising, and the one session you DON’T want to miss.

New Garden a Sensory Delight for Children and Adults

New Garden a Sensory Delight for Children and Adults

The recently completed sensory garden at the College’s N.E. Miles Early Childhood Development Center was created as part of the Farm-to-School Initiative, an educational and outreach program housed at the College and funded by Boeing South Carolina.

How Greek Life Improves Charleston and the World

How Greek Life Improves Charleston and the World

Fraternity and sorority members at the College volunteered nearly 33,000 hours with various organizations and raised more than $325,000 for charities during the 2014-15 academic year.

Alum’s Sweet Side: Georgia Candy Maker Gives Second Chances

Alum’s Sweet Side: Georgia Candy Maker Gives Second Chances

Alumnus Jamie Weatherford ’98 helps convicts turn their lives around through his family’s nearly 100-year-old candy company.