The lecture on Oct. 9 will center on free market environmentalism, while the lecture on Oct. 14 will revolve around individual liberty.
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.
At Soundview Millworks, Grant Tankoos ’05 makes nautically-inspired cutting boards and furniture. In his spare time, he also restores gorgeous, classic boats.
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.
Chelsea Saunders ’12 raced into her dream job after her graduation from the College…
Hannah Ruegner ’14 explains how to run 4,000 miles from San Francisco to Baltimore, all in the name of cancer awareness.
Brennen Reeves ’14 has struggled with cystic fibrosis his whole life and in 2011 received a double lung transplant. While his focus has always been on exhaling and inhaling, he’s got some tips to help the rest of us learn to … just breathe.
Alum Tony Williams ’11 leads a week’s worth of events at the Charleston Pride Festival.
Ben ’05 and Nick D’Allesandro have been drawing hungry Cougars to D’Allesandro’s Pizza in Charleston for nearly 10 years. From the “Get Gnarly” to the “Beetnick,” their tasty pies are favorites of the College community.