On the fifth anniversary of the tragedy at Mother Emanuel AME Church, CofC Professor Emeritus Bernard Powers talks about how the church has turned darkness into hope throughout history, and how we can hold onto that hope even today.
A group of three CofC students will compete against 31 teams from 16 countries in the global Map the System virtual competition hosted by the University of Oxford, UK.
The Halsey Institute's 10-week virtual exhibition, titled '10 /10 – Reflections on a Decade of Exhibitions,' celebrates the shows and projects it has brought to the CofC campus in the space of 10 years.
President Andrew T. Hsu, in a message to the campus community on Thursday, June 11, 2020, laid out the institution's plans to support black students and address issues of racial inequalities on campus.
Student Isaac Waters has been recognized as Student Entrepreneur of the Year for his efforts to raise funds for the Collegiate Recovery Program.
The College's Office of Institutional Diversity is among many campus departments leading the way with initiatives and conversations surrounding issues of race, equity and inclusion.
Named in honor of the late "New York Times" bestselling author, the Dorothea Benton Frank Writing Series and Fellowship will provide financial and professional support to students in the College's M.F.A. in Creative Writing program.
With 386 sections of online courses on the summer schedule, there’s no shortage of opportunities for CofC students to keep the momentum of their education going as the temperature creeps up.
Three College of Charleston graduates have received Fulbright awards to support their projects studying and teaching abroad.
Alumna Dr. Ebony Jade Hilton ’04, an advocate for communities of color, has co-written a children's book about COVID-19 that provides support for families on how to stay safe and healthy.
As a disaster risk reduction specialist with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, alumna Marina Drazba knows how to empower people to be ready for a catastrophe.
As the CEO of the American Society for Clinical Pathology, Blair Holladay '84 is playing a key role in helping to combat the coronavirus.