The supply chain usually works so well that most people take it for granted until an event like the coronavirus outbreak completely upends it. Kent Gourdin, the director of the School of Business’ Global Logistics and Transportation Program, talks about the impacts.
More than 40 CofC students worked as runners with CBS and CNN ahead of the debate and town halls last week.
An award-winning playwright and actress, Donnetta Lavinia Grays '99 comes full circle with the staging of one of her plays at the College.
Once again, the College celebrates the life of Charles Darwin with a thought-provoking series of relevant speakers.
Cross-country team member Hayden DiBona is a recipient of the Otto B. German ’73 Endowed Alumni Scholarship in Athletics.
By taking chances and going with his gut, Will Ward ’93 has built up a stable of major talent at his Hollywood management agency.
As the director of global brand marketing for Mattel, Lily Crawford ’06 is all business when it comes to launching new product lines.
As the cofounder of a large sports event management firm, Gene Hallman ’82 is living every diehard sports fan’s fantasy.
To become an Air Force C-17 pilot, equestrian team member Samantha Bledsoe ’19 built up flight hours by flying rescued dogs to new homes.
Blacksmithing is alive and well in the Department of Studio Art thanks to a new sculpture course, which has proven very popular with students in its first year.