Spring has sprung in the Holy City and with it a flurry of activity on the College of Charleston campus. From arts demonstrations to students receiving their class rings, life at CofC is in full bloom.

The School of the Arts Pop-Up scene shop crew assemblled a miniature platform and a miniature flat (wall) during their 10 minute demo.The School of the Arts Pop-Up scene shop crew assemblled a miniature platform and a miniature flat (wall) during their 10 minute demo.

The School of the Arts is hosting Pop-Up events over the next several weeks to showcase arts classes and ensembles available to non-arts majors. During a pop-up event on Tuesday, March 16, 2021, the scene shop crew assembled a miniature platform and a miniature flat (wall) during a demonstration. To learn more about arts courses open to all majors visit go.cofc.edu/arts. (Photos by Heather Moran) 

Class RingsClass Rings

Congratulations to students who recently received their CofC ring during a ceremony earlier this month. The tradition, which dates back more than 175 years, forever connects graduates to the College. (Photos by Mike Ledford)

A dorudon skeleton on display at Addlestone Library, College of Charleston.

Ever wonder about that boney whale hanging out in Addlestone Library? It’s the skeleton of a Dorudon, an ancient whale species that dates back 37-34 million years ago. (Photos by Mike Ledford)

Outside drawing classOutside drawing class

The Cistern Yard is always a picturesque setting for a drawing class. (Photos by Mike Ledford)