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Clyde the Cougar Unmasked

Clyde the Cougar Unmasked

For nearly 50 years, Clyde the Cougar has been a mainstay at the College of Charleston. See who’s been behind the mask!

Alum’s Essay Appears in New York Times’  ‘Modern Love’ Column

Alum’s Essay Appears in New York Times’ ‘Modern Love’ Column

Delacey Skinner ’95 (M.A. ’97) has had an extraordinary career in the tough field of political campaigns. Recently she unveiled her softer side, penning an essay on a breakup, her ex’s new girlfriend and gender.

Alums Pioneer South Carolina’s Craft Beer Movement

Alums Pioneer South Carolina’s Craft Beer Movement

To the delight of taste buds across the Lowcountry, Jaime Tenny ’00 (COAST Brewing Company), Chris Brown ’05 (Holy City Brewing), and Ryan Coker ’05 (Revelry Brewing) have revolutionized the local beer scene.

Two Artistic Alums Come Together to Mount ‘Vision of Labor’

Two Artistic Alums Come Together to Mount ‘Vision of Labor’

Charleston gallery owner Erin Nathanson ’07 hosts Miami-based artist Ben Hollingsworth ’04 for a new exhibit at The Southern.

Computer Science Alumni Symposium Helps Launch Students Into Exciting Careers

Computer Science Alumni Symposium Helps Launch Students Into Exciting Careers

Notable computer science alumni will return to the College to offer advice and networking opportunities for current students.

Coming Soon to a Mailbox Near You: College of Charleston Magazine

Coming Soon to a Mailbox Near You: College of Charleston Magazine

The spring 2016 issue of College of Charleston Magazine arrives in mailboxes this week. With celebrations of the College’s history, alumni, academics, students and all things CofC, readers have a lot to look forward to. Here’s a taste of what’s to come!

Farewell For Now, David. We’ll Remember the Laughs…

Farewell For Now, David. We’ll Remember the Laughs…

Adjunct theater professor, playwright, actor and comedian David Lee Nelson ’00 is leaving Charleston for Atlanta this summer after a three-year return to the Holy City.

Marine Biologist Helps Save Salmon and Steelhead In Pacific Northwest

Marine Biologist Helps Save Salmon and Steelhead In Pacific Northwest

Iris Kemp ’10 traded Charleston Harbor and the ACE Basin for Puget Sound. The marine biologist is working to improve survival rates of juvenile salmon and steelhead populations.

Alum’s Newest Play Earns Rave Reviews, Sparks Dialogue

Alum’s Newest Play Earns Rave Reviews, Sparks Dialogue

Evan Linder’s ’04 newest play – Byhalia, Mississippi – opened in January and immediately sparked conversations about race relations in the United States.

Sustainability Office All Ears For Your Campus Stories

Sustainability Office All Ears For Your Campus Stories

All alumni, students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in an oral history project created by the College’s Office of Sustainability. It’s easy: just walk to King Street and relate your most memorable moment on campus.