#CougarWelcome is a 36-hour online event inviting alumni and the College community to offer advice, share memories and send their best to new students.
Sarah Jones’ bright future in the film industry came to a tragic end on a movie set. Now, her legacy is sparking changes in the industry.
Packing for the first year of college can be as stressful as actually moving into your residence hall. To make it easier, CofC provided a few do’s and don’ts.
Graduate education student Nicola Hodges Galligan’s international teaching experience and research into girls’ aptitude for math and science helped win her a scholarship from the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association.
College of Charleston students witnessed the unforgettable natural beauty and wildlife of the Galapagos Islands while completing a June 2015 study abroad course on volcanoes.
From internships at high-tech startups to jobs for computer science grads to an influx of world-class faculty, Charleston’s “Silicon Harbor” is a boon to the College.
The new EVP for Student Affairs and Ohio native has hit the ground running in her new role at the College. Read on to learn how she plans to enhance the student experience and find out her current Netflix obsession.
For the second year in a row, College sororities are receiving national recognition.
Professor Irina Erman will teach a Russian Literature in Translation course on vampires (LTRS 250) this fall. Learn more about what to expect from this new section of the class in her Q&A!
Lee Lindner, associate professor of atmospheric physics, teamed with the National Weather Service and his students to develop a storm surge visualization simulator.