By Amanda Kerr|2022-01-27T07:42:31-05:00January 25, 2022|
The College has received a large shipment of N95 masks to help contain the spread of COVID-19 on campus, especially the omicron variant. Students, faculty and staff can pick up one mask per person at various locations on campus.
By Amanda Kerr|2022-01-26T10:21:34-05:00January 13, 2022|
Bolstered by several humanities scholarships, Patrick Wohlscheid, a double major in English and philosophy, is researching philosophical and literary themes on subjects such as monstrosity and slavery.
The comprehensive skills that Cole Gulledge ’20 (M.S. ’21) learned as a soccer player, an economics major and a graduate student in the data science and analytics program set him up for success as a junior development and operations engineer with TIAA.
Rochelle Johnson, director of Multicultural Student Programs and Services at CofC, will receive the MLK Humanitarian Award from the Black History Intercollegiate Consortium during an event on Jan. 18, 2022.
By Amanda Kerr|2022-01-19T10:21:27-05:00December 29, 2021|
From welcoming the largest ever incoming freshman class to uncovering one of the top archaeological discoveries in the world, 2021 was a year of growth, resilience and change at the College of Charleston.
In this week's installment: Paleontology professor Bobby Boessenecker talks to Newsweek about the ancient shark species megalodon, Arts Daily reports on an exhibit at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art and more.
In this week's installment: Avery Research Center director Tamara Butler talks to The Post and Courier about MLK Day, The State newspaper interviews geologist Steven Jaume' about a flurry of earthquakes in South Carolina and more.