Three former College of Charleston sailors – Enrique Arathoon ’17, Juan Maegli ’15 and Stefano Peschiera ’18 – are competing in the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics.
College of Charleston alumna Neysa N. Williams '95 created a fund to support the College's Black Student Union and ensure minority students feel empowered.
While the liberal arts are at the heart of the College, the pandemic has necessitated the need to redefine the curriculum for the 21st century and beyond.
Students come to the College to be tested, but this past school year took that to a whole new level with the pandemic.
Recent graduate Alice Ohlandt talks about learning how to live with, instead of against, her ‘trickster,’ dyslexia.
Cougars first baseman Ari Sechopoulos ’20 is reliable and steady in his skills at the plate – and in his loyalty to the College.
What was it like to be a student at the College in the age of COVID? One thoughtful undergrad weighs in with a monumental approach.
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College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu reflected on the significance of Juneteenth in a message to the campus community.
The women's sailing team battled through light breeze and shifty conditions Thursday, May 20, to claim the program's third Intercollegiate Sailing Association Women's National Championship.