From Feminism in Motion to a refreshed rose garden: Get a look at life over the past few weeks at the College of Charleston.
The Women and Gender Studies Program hosted Feminism in Motion, its annual celebration of student-scholars and their work on gender-related projects, on April 19, 2023. (Photos by Catie Cleveland)
Free Mom, an organization dedicated to providing stress relief to students in the form of mom hugs, homemade sweets and doggie affection, visits campus on Tuesday afternoons. (Photos by Catie Cleveland)
The Department of Political Science, in conjunction with other College programs, recently hosted Vilma Reis, a renowned Afro-Brazilian politician, scholar and activist. She spoke on Afro-Feminism and Resistance in Brazil. (Photos provided)
Members of the fraternity Pi Kappa Phi helped plant new roses, the organization’s official flower, by the Pi Kappa Phi Bell Tower on April 18, 2023. (Photos provided)