The Winter 2023 issue of College of Charleston Magazine is just arriving throughout campus, in homes across the country and around the globe.

The diverse collection of stories includes a philosophy professor who’s rewriting herstory, a student who has hit the big time with her small business and a preview of the opening of the International African American Museum by one of our own who helped make it happen.

The magazine is filled with interesting stories about students, faculty and alumni worth knowing about. All of the current stories (and ones from past issues) are available online.

Here are the feature stories from the new issue:

Alumna Has Next Level Intelligence
The senior director of AI4Science at Microsoft Research, Bonnie Kruft ’07 hopes to solve some of  humanity’s most intractable problems by combining artificial intelligence with the natural sciences.

Creating A Level Playing Field for Women Athletes
On the 50th anniversary of the passage of Title IX, the landmark legislation that guaranteed equal access and treatment in all areas of education, we look back at its impact on the College.

Beloved Professor Couldn’t Be More Connected
Raised on a small farm in Tanzania, where water and electricity shortages were commonplace, Lancie Affonso ’96 (M.S. ’08) couldn’t be more plugged in today, teaching in three different schools at the College, serving as the director of the Honors Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community and being an invaluable mentor to students.