Cougars’ Historic Season Ends with Loss to San Diego State
In a hard fought battle to the end, the College of Charleston men's basketball team falls out of the NCAA Tournament with a close loss to San Diego State.
College of Charleston to Host Nationally Recognized Experts for Inaugural Food Security Summit
To address issues of hunger and food insecurity both globally and in the South Carolina Lowcountry, the College of Charleston will host its inaugural Food Security Summit on Friday, March 24.
African American Studies Director Named Inaugural Whipper Distinguished Professor
The College of Charleston has named Anthony Greene, director of the African American Studies Program, as its inaugural Lucille Simmons Whipper Distinguished Professor.
Our City: Live Blogging the College of Charleston’s Big Dance
Get all the latest information and behind-the-scenes action as the College of Charleston men's basketball team prepares for its first NCAA Tournament appearance in five years.
Neurodiversity Initiative Club to Host Neurodiversity Celebration Week
The College's Neurodiversity Initiative Club will host its first-ever Neurodiversity Celebration Week March 13-21 to explain and celebrate neurodiversity.
Men’s Basketball Claims CAA Title, Clinches Spot at NCAA Tourney
College of Charleston men's basketball claimed the CAA title on Tuesday, beating the University of North Carolina Wilmington 63-58.
Israeli Mob Attack puts a Century-Old Word in the Spotlight
College of Charleston Jewish studies professor Joshua Shanes reflects on a recent attack in the Palestinian town of Huwara.
Couple is an Enduring Legacy to the Jewish Studies Program
As early supporters of the College of Charleston's Jewish Studies Program, Norman and Gerry Sue Arnold have left a lasting impact and helped grow the College's fledgling program into the largest Jewish studies program in South Carolina.
Professional Studies Student Broadens His Horizons Through Exchange Program
Wassim Hadweh, a junior majoring in professional studies, shares what he's learning this semester as an exchange student at EM-Strasbourg, a business university in the Alsace region of France.
Music Industry Alumna Shares Insights With Arts Management Students
The senior director of film and TV synchronization at Universal Music Group, Emma Rose Isely '12 recently shared her expertise in the music industry with arts management students during a talk on campus.
CofC Alums Win Second Grammy with Band Ranky Tanky
CofC alumni Clay Ross ’98, Quentin Baxter ’98 and Kevin Hamilton ’95 received their second Grammy Award with their band Ranky Tanky on Sunday, Feb. 5, in the category of Best Regional Roots Music Album for Live At The 2022 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
Alumnus Has Found His Zone With the City of Charleston
A chance encounter impacted the career trajectory of Earnest “Omar” Muhammad ’21 (M.A.), who is now making an impact of his own as a zoning planner with the City of Charleston.