Life at CofC has been pretty sweet these days. But if you ask Clyde the Cougar, it’s purrrfect!
A LEGO model of the College of Charleston's iconic Cistern Yard is now on display at the Stern Student Center.
Change is the name of the game for transfer students, but those at the College of Charleston are well supported and the opportunities they find enable them to flourish.
More than a dozen student-athletes from the College commemorated Black History Month by reading select books to the young students at Memminger Elementary School.
You've put in the time and hard work to get to this moment: You've been accepted as a student at the College of Charleston. Make sure you complete all the necessary steps to officially become a Cougar.
From the delivery of an electric Club Car utility vehicle to "Table Tennis Tuesdays," there's been a lot going on these days at CofC.
With the help of colleagues, late College of Charleston professor Alison Piepmeier's final book, "Unexpected: Parenting, Prenatal Testing, and Down Syndrome," will debut on Feb. 23.
Almost two dozen students are majoring in systems engineering at the College of Charleston, a new program designed for 21st-century needs.
The Women’s Health Research Team focused their annual Student Health Survey and subsequent BeWell campaign on behaviors that help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
College of Charleston alumnus Derrick Williams made history at his alma mater last year when he became the first Black president of the Alumni Association.
Named for College of Charleston alumnus Emmett Robinson, the Emmett Robinson Memorial Scholarship in Theatre honors a rising senior theatre major with a distinguished record of leadership and artistry.
With the arrival and distribution of COVID vaccines, three medical alumni answer some questions about the rollout and when we can look forward to life beyond the pandemic.