Music major Laura Maria Diaz Coronado's research into Guatemalan composer Joaquín Orellana has led to the U.S. premier of his piece "Ballet Contrastes," which will be performed by the College of Charleston Orchestra.
In honor of the debut of the new 'Wheel of Time' TV series, Special Collections will host an exhibit of documents and memorabilia from native Charlestonian James Rigney, known under the pen name Robert Jordan as the creator of the popular books series on which the show is based.
For the past few years, the College of Charleston has been ranked as one of the best schools in the nation for veterans by U.S. News & World Report. This Veterans Day we reflect on the importance of supporting our student-veterans every day of the year.
Thanks to generous donors, the new 1967 Legacy Program, which supports the academic and professional success of Black students, is able to offer robust scholarship support and extra curricular activities in its first year.