POLITICO will be on campus to host political forums devoted to energy and the economy as part of the College’s Bully Pulpit Series.
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.
Homecoming 2016 is many things. It’s a time of service, honor and spirit – and, of course, a little friendly competition. And it’s all happening right now at the College of Charleston.
New York City artist Brian Rutenberg ’87 recently completed a corporate commission for the headquarters of Arizona-based DriveTime.
Sisters (and Cougars) Carolyn ’10, Meg ’12, Patty ’14 and Charlotte Niemann have attracted more than 315,000 followers to their Instagram account Food In The Air.
In 1856, The Hon. Ker Boyce left an endowment that still provides scholarships to College of Charleston students today. Over time, Boyce Scholarship recipients have been known to return the gesture and establish their own scholarships at the College.
First-generation American and first-generation college student Sophia Emetu is the first recipient of the R.I.S.E. honors scholarship established by CofC alumni Ben and Sara Givler DeWolf.
In addition to her many achievements as an educator, Lucy Beckham was the the College’s 2010 Alumna of the Year and the keynote speaker at the College’s 2010 Graduate School Commencement.
Many students will join President McConnell in receiving their class rings when they participate in the College of Charleston Ring Ceremony on Dec. 8 in Sottile Theatre.
The Maryland Zoo’s Mike McClure ’94 addresses queries about the elephants in the room.
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.