Despite being the sole member of Omega Psi Phi, junior Tyler Gadson is having the time of his life giving back in a number of ways.
Adam Ali has been awarded a $300,000 NSF grant to study how harmful algal blooms affect fisheries, tourism and human health.
Through an internship with NASA, Tyler Glymph spent his summer break planning a mission to Ceres.
Thanks to a nearly $300,000 grant from the National Science Foundation Frontier in Research in Earth Sciences program, CofC students will study how terrestrial ecosystems rebuilt following mass extinction.
From the most common first names to the most popular intended majors: Learn all about the first-year students in the College's Class of 2027!
Since 2010, more than 65 College of Charleston students have visited the Greek island of Zakynthos to volunteer at the Mediterranean Marine Life Center.
The co-founder of one of the leading strawberry operations in the country, Scott Blazer ’79 transplanted his Southern sensibility to the California produce industry to great effect and is now enjoying the fruits of his labor.
What makes the College special? To Ann Pryor '83, it's a combination of things, from fantastic faculty to its namesake locale.
The first Black golfer to capture the CAA individual championship, South African Kieron van Wyk is driven to succeed.
That great song you heard in one of your favorite shows? That’s thanks to Emma Rose Isely ’12, a Hollywood music synchronization specialist.