Jewish studies professor Chad Gibbs reflects about the annual Holocaust remembrance day.
The Office of Institutional Diversity provides updates on staff changes, student programs, training and education, and more.
The women's golf team is heading to the NCAA Regional for the tenth time in program history after winning the 2023 Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championship on Sunday, April 16.
College of Charleston professor Joseph Kelly, director of Irish and Irish American Studies, reflects on how each generation of artists from Northern Ireland has used theater, song and film to reflect on their states’ still-uneasy peace.
The Women’s and Gender Studies Program, Gender and Sexuality Equity Center, the Office of Multicultural Student Programs and Services, and the Office of Student Wellness & Well-being join together in support for trans members of the College community on International Transgender Day of Visibility.
Paul Schwager, dean of the School of Business, is featured in the latest episode of the podcast, 'Inside the College of Charleston.'
The College of Charleston’s Division of Information Technology will transition student email from Gmail to Microsoft Exchange on April 4 and April 6. Students will receive emails with information one week and one day prior to their scheduled migration.
Michael Lee, professor of communication at the College of Charleston, sheds light on recent rhetoric about secession and political divisions in the United States.
The College of Charleston will conduct two tests of the Cougar Alert emergency notification system on Wednesday, March 22, and Thursday, March 23.
Get all the latest information and behind-the-scenes action as the College of Charleston men's basketball team prepares for its first NCAA Tournament appearance in five years.