From Día de los Muertos festivities to the annual Basketball Block Party: See what’s been happening lately at the College of Charleston.
Members of the College’s Hispanic Latino Club on Oct. 22, 2022, participated in the Día de los Muertos Festival de Don Giovanni, attended by Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg. (Photos provided)
The CofC community celebrated the start of basketball season with the annual Basketball Block Party on Oct. 28, 2022. (Photos by Mike Ledford)
Fraternity and sorority members held the annual Pep Supper event on Nov. 2, 2022, in TD Arena. A dance competition and charity event, Pep Supper celebrates CofC athletes and school spirit while also collecting monetary and food donations to support those in need at the College and in the greater Charleston community. This year’s Pep Supper raised $19,658.75 for the Lowcountry Food Bank and collected 778 food and hygiene items for the Cougar Food Pantry. (Photos by Mike Ledford)
The Call Me MISTER program, which supports male minority students who choose to major in education, held its annual signing ceremony for new members on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2022. (Photos by Catie Cleveland)