The Cougars may have missed out on a chance to repeat its deepest run in program history Tuesday night, but the future is very bright for the College ..
Vernon Smith , the 2002 winner of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences will highlight the College of Charleston’s Adam Smith Week starting on March ..
Sign language interpreter Jason Hurdich will offer insight into the challenges of life for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing during an event Wednesday at t..
The Cougars are headed to the National Invitation Tournament for the first time in six years.
Glenda Johnson Byars '75, who was in fashion long before she came back to teach theatre at her alma mater, talks fashion, women's history and Charlest..
We take a look back at some of our favorite photos from the last week...
Although the idea of admitting women students at the College of Charleston had been brought up as early as 1894, it wasn’t until 1918 that the first..
Bolden is the team's all-time leader in steals and is just the second player in CAA history to be named Defensive Player of the Year three years in a ..
College of Charleston alumna Kaitlin McWhorter '14 is living out her personal motto "life is all about the adventure" as she opens an orphanage on the..
The Warrior Sailing Program gets injured veterans and active military personnel into sailing. The program visits the College of Charleston every sprin..