Senator Rubio will participate in a town hall meeting with faculty, staff, students and the community on Dec. 1, 2015, as part of the College of Charleston’s “Bully Pulpit Series”.
Tiny is huge right now. In fact, there’s a whole movement of people looking to minimize their spaces in order to maximize their lives. One alumna discovered firsthand that big things can come in small packages.
Alum Luke Cleveland ’01 created Coastal Stage Productions to make theater more accessible. His troupe recently performed “The Great American Trailer Park Musical” in Mount Pleasant.
Watch and read about Charleston entrepreneur and florist Anne Bowen Dabney ’05, who’s equally adept arranging flowers or opening a downtown restaurant and event space.
Alum Ed Macy ’91 reveals the three most haunted buildings on the College of Charleston campus – and the story behind the spooks inside.
Krista Ellis Bannister ’92, who was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 30, remains active in the battle against the disease.
School of Business alum Chris Lennert ’94 is chief operating officer and a minority owner of Left Hand Brewing Company in Longmont, Colo.
Alexander Lumans ’06 spent three frigid yet exhilarating weeks aboard a tall ship sailing through the Arctic Circle.
Since the College’s earliest days, unlucky students, administrators and trustees have had the misfortune of living as prisoners of war.
Alum and architect Joe McNeill ’06 has designed a popular map featuring the many neighborhoods of downtown Charleston.