Classes are over and exams are done, so we’re looking back on the last week of the 2018 fall semester at the College of Charleston.
“Five years ago, the remains of 36 African-Americans were unearthed during Charleston’s Gaillard Center construction project, and many are considering what sort of memorial should mark the spot. The nonprofit Gullah Society, which is leading the dialogue, recently reached out to College of Charleston students for ideas, and 13 students in the college’s Architecture of Memory course spent the fall semester working on it.” Photos by Heather Moran
Therapy dogs were on hand for petting during the Cougar Countdown Stress Relief Fair. Photos by Heather Moran