One of the most riveting lectures in Jean Everett’s botany classes is on the Venus flytrap, a South Carolina native headed for extinction if conservation steps aren’t taken.
Master brewer Greg Mills ’01, ’03 came in second in the ski division of the Iditarod Trail Invitational, the world’s longest running winter ultra-marathon.
The Alumni Association announces virtual events; alumni choose their Top 10 CofC professors of all time; and the College once again is ranked one of the top Peace Corps volunteer–producing schools.
As the acting arts manager of West Hollywood, Calif., Rebecca Ansert Ehemann ’01 helps beautify the urban landscape.
From a fossil dig at a Summerville construction site, geology instructor Bobby Boessenecker and recent graduate Addison Miller '20 discovered a 25 million-year-old nursery for baby megasharks.
The mother of a 2007 College of Charleston graduate, 'Washington Post' columnist Kathleen Parker returns to commencement to give a keynote address.
To gather video for a summer online fieldwork class, Assistant Professor of geology Scott Persons unearthed a Triceratops skull and tyrannosaur footprints near Casper, Wyoming.
The College of Charleston is entering a new phase as it broadens its degree offerings to include one of the most sought-after majors at any university – engineering.
Dovetailing with the new strategic plan and philanthropic goals, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry will raise the College’s profile and broaden access to opportunities for student success.
In one of the largest donations ever to the College, Dr. Gary Thomas ’83 bequeathed his waterfront home in Hilton Head to his alma mater in an estate planning gift on CofC Day.