Students representing the Louis Stokes South Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation (SCAMP) at the College of Charleston were honored recently for their academic research.
One College of Charleston alumnus is making a name for himself by getting wounded military veterans and active service personnel on the water sailing, and he’ll be doing that in a big way at Sperry Charleston Race Week.
In this week’s installment: College of Charleston sailors are getting ready for the Olympics; CofC has a new way of looking at earthquakes; a political science professor looks at the fight over the U.S. Supreme Court; and more.
Paris Henken is one of four current and former CofC sailors to have qualified for the Rio Games.
The 2016 inductees are former basketball player Jody Lumpkin ’00, former sailor Steven D. Hunt ’98 and former baseball head coach John Pawlowski.
The team sailed to victory over the 12-team field on waters around Charleston.
Beka Schiff won the SAISA Women’s Singlehanded Championship regatta on Oct. 4, 2015, and advances to nationals for the third year in a row.
The Cougar sailing program and the School of Sciences and Mathematics hosted a STEM Camp with students from Creekside Middle School in Marion County, S.C.
The 2014-15 Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association was announced today. Winners will have their names added to the ICSA Hall of Fame.
A weekly round-up of news articles featuring College of Charleston faculty, staff, students or alumni.