With mild fall weather, it’s easy to enjoy the autumn days at the College of Charleston doing everything from outdoor yoga to ordering from tasty food trucks to courtyard music rehearsals and much more.
CofC President Andrew T. Hsu and Provost Suzanne Austin joined exercise science student Madi Gilhool as she led students through a yoga class in the Cistern Yard. In honor of President Hsu, Gilhool renamed the shoestring pose the “Hsu pose.” (Photos by Mike Ledford)
Children who attend the College’s N.E. Miles Early Childhood Development Center celebrated Halloween with costumes, crafts and a spooky fun parade.