The just published findings by a research team led by geology professor Scott Persons is challenging paleontologists' perceptions about plesiosaurs.
President Andrew T. Hsu celebrates the start of an active fall semester and the efforts of faculty and staff to bring innovative and inclusive projects to fruition including Cougar Cutz Barber Shop.
Six graduate and five undergraduate students spent two weeks in Ecuador in August as the first cohort of the College’s intensive environmental chemistry and sustainability study abroad program.
The South Carolina Space Grant Consortium, housed at the College, is part of a six state consortium participating in NASA's Plant the Moon Challenge, a three-year-project that will engage high school students with the upcoming Artemis mission to explore the moon and Mars.
CofC President Andrew T. Hsu reflects on one of the greatest lessons to come out of the pandemic: that humans need humans.
For Ukrainian immigrant and CofC instructor Max Kovalov, the Russian invasion has not only plundered his country but also stolen his peace of mind.
Margaret Hagood ’92, a professor of language and literacies development in teacher education, shares her favorite children's literature.
Each year the MBA cohort at the College takes a weeklong trip to another country to learn about its business practices, and this spring it was Israel.
Starting a company is never easy, especially an e-commerce fulfillment company during a pandemic, but this alumnus is nothing if not adaptable.
Students are encouraged to guard against COVID-19 during the upcoming academic year by taking steps such as having a supply of high-quality face masks and COVID-19 self-test kits.