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Cougar Nation Shows its Pride

Cougar Nation Shows its Pride

See photos of the College of Charleston community decked out in maroon and white for Can’t Hide the Pride Day!

Cougars take on Towson in CAA Opening Baseball Series

Cougars take on Towson in CAA Opening Baseball Series

The three game series will be held at Patriots Point March 20-21, 2015. Double header has now been added on Saturday.

The College Represents at Charleston Fashion Week

The College Represents at Charleston Fashion Week

Charleston Fashion Week is a College of Charleston affair, with several alumni and current students represented in different roles.

Welcome Accepted Students – It’s Your Weekend

Welcome Accepted Students – It’s Your Weekend

On March 19 and 20, about 1,000 students and their families from all around the U.S. will visit the College of Charleston.

7 Things You Never Knew About Women’s History

7 Things You Never Knew About Women’s History

Alison Piepmeier, faculty member of the College’s Women’s and Gender Studies Program, shares her thoughts and a few facts about Women’s History Month.

GOP’s early 2016 front-runners meet uncertain SC voters

GOP’s early 2016 front-runners meet uncertain SC voters

Political science professor Kendra Stewart discusses how South Carolina voters have not embraced the 2016 presidential field…yet.   Read more of The State story.

10 Reasons You Can’t Hide Your CofC Pride

10 Reasons You Can’t Hide Your CofC Pride

From a founding that predates the United States to modern-day graduates taking on companies like Google and the FBI, there are plenty of reasons to show your CofC Pride on March 20, 2015.

Math Majors Make Sum Sense of March Madness

Math Majors Make Sum Sense of March Madness

College of Charleston students try to “crack the code” on the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament.

College Announces New Medical Services Management Degree Concentration

College Announces New Medical Services Management Degree Concentration

Medical workers hoping to finish their degree can now earn a concentration in Medical Services Management.

Campus Food Just Got Even Better

Campus Food Just Got Even Better

Campus executive chef Tonya Mitchell just became an even better cook, meaning tastier food is coming to campus.