IT expert and alum David Zendzian ’96 will be a featured speaker at the first-ever Syntax Code & Craft Convention at the North Campus on May 6-7.
In this week’s installment: a former student comes up with a way to get rid of invasive Asian carp, a professor has thoughts on the International African American Museum, the College releases the names of this year’s commencement speakers and more.
Take this April Fool’s Day quiz to find out just how well you know the College – and how much it’s been fooling you all these years!
Tired of the typical ball drop and fireworks? Take a different cultural cue this year from one of these four College of Charleston faculty members who, looking back on their native countries, tell us a little bit about their favorite New Year’s traditions.
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.
Twenty-seven years ago, residents in Lee County, S.C., reported seeing a 7-foot-tall lizard-like creature with red eyes. Experts from the College decided to do their own investigation into Lizardmania. (Includes Video)
They’re carving a legacy: Alum brothers Ian ’03 and Colin McNair ’08 have created careers through the art, craftsmanship and family tradition of wooden duck decoys.
“Hush Harbor: An Exhibition of Student Designs for a Monument to the Courage of Those Who Suffered During the Atlantic Slave Trade” is opening on May 6 in the third-floor hallway of the Albert Simons Center for the Arts. The design proposals, a project for an art history course, are for a memorial to be installed outside the future International African American Museum on Charleston Harbor.