CofC alumni Liam Becker '16 and John Berdux '14 started Apis Mercantile to prove to the world that you can sell hemp extract and honey products in a sustainable and profitable way.
From the celebration of a new energy conservation effort to campus visits from the next generation of Cougars, there’s been plenty happening lately at the College of Charleston.
The inaugural class of scholars for the new 1967 Legacy Program, which aims to improve the recruitment, retention and graduation of Black students through scholarships, enhanced education support and professional preparation, will arrive on campus this fall.
Orientation interns Jeronimo Ortega and Hannah Finley offer tips to incoming students about how to prepare for their first semester at CofC.
A new partnership between the College and Siemens Industry will reduce energy consumption, energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions at CofC, resulting in about $1.8 million in utility savings annually.
The 'Fiske Guide to Colleges' says the College of Charleston has become the finest public liberal arts and sciences institution in South Carolina.
Every summer, the College of Charleston welcomes high school students for a chance to explore the CofC experience in a unique, immersive way through the Honors College Summer Institute.
Marketing major Leah Martin has found her place as an associate product marketing manager intern at Google.
Geology Professor Norman S. Levine, who studies natural phenomena like sinkholes and earthquakes, explains what caused a sinkhole near campus.
Three former College of Charleston sailors – Enrique Arathoon ’17, Juan Maegli ’15 and Stefano Peschiera ’18 – are competing in the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics.
College of Charleston alumna Neysa N. Williams '95 created a fund to support the College's Black Student Union and ensure minority students feel empowered.
As one of the first meteorology graduates from the College, Mikel Hannah-Harding ’19 is living the dream as a weatherman.