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.
Golf vehicle company Club Car recently presented an Electric Club Car 411 utility vehicle to the College of Charleston, after naming the College as the recipient of the 2020 Club Car Sustainability Grant. Club Car selected CofC to receive the vehicle to help the Center for Sustainable Development meet its goal of achieving carbon neutrality by the year 2050. (Photos by Lauren Graves)
The Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston recently sponsored a new historical marker outlining the history of the domestic slave trade at a site in downtown Charleston. A small dedication ceremony for the plaque was held on Jan. 28, 2021. (Photos by Amanda Kerr)
A group of CofC students recently planted trees at Stono Preserve, the College’s 881-acre property along the Stono River, with assistance from Stono Preserve Academic Director Matt Rutter and Travis Folk, of Folk Land Management. (Photos by Barney Holt ’74)