The six-week Summer STEAM Institute will be held at the College from June 15 through July 24, 2015.
“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.
Several College of Charleston professors have been quoted by local and national media concerning the shooting death of Walter Scott in North Charleston.
The College of Charleston will host a Lincoln scholar from Oxford University for a lecture on March 11, 2015 at 2 p.m.
Professor of African American history Mari Crabtree will give a talk on March 11, 2015, titled “My Soul is a Witness: Theorizing Racial Violence with the Blues.”
A special exhibit celebrating South Carolina history will be on display at the Addlestone Library March 2, 2015 through the end of the spring semester.
The College remember alumnus Jim Edwards ’50, former South Carolina governor and U.S. secretary of energy.
As the the reporter who broke the story about New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison’s investigation into the JFK assassination, Rosemary Powell James ’59 remembers some scary times in the Big Easy.