From a heart racing basketball game to thoughtful conversations about trailblazers impacting CofC, there’s been a lot to see and do at the College of Charleston these days.
Students in the First Year Experience seminar The 1967 Legacy and Beyond (including the 1967 Legacy Scholars) recently shared their research on African American trailblazers, events or organizations that have made an impact at the College of Charleston and the world-at-large. The presentation included visits by alumni Otto German ’73 and Remus Harper ’72. Harper was the first Black student-athlete to play at the College of Charleston and German was the second-ever African-American student-athlete to receive a full basketball scholarship at CofC. (Photos by Heather Moran)
Fans came out in force on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021, to support the Cougars as they went up against No. 18 ranked opponent University of North Carolina during a men’s basketball game at TD Arena. (Photos byMike Ledford)
A total of 40 employees from local governments from across the country came to the College recently to attending the Leading EDGE conference, hosted through the Joseph P. Riley Jr. Center for Livable Communities. The conference, which included seminars by Riley Center faculty and staff, aims to develop the capacity of local governments through leadership training. (Photos by Heather Moran)