When the College of Charleston's men's basketball team takes the court this season, a mix of young returning players will be joined by some dynamic new athletes, collectively seeking a championship in the Colonial Athletic Association.
Two College of Charleston alumni have helped establish nonprofits that are bringing the community together to take action on climate change and biodiversity loss.
SustainFest 2022, which takes place from 4:30-7 p.m. on Sept. 1 in room 101 of the Rita Liddy Hollings Science Center, will feature live music, giveaways, a craft-supply swap and a partner fair.
The College's Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art wants to serve as a creative classroom with its Drive-by Discussions initiative, which aims to inspire conversations among students and faculty.
From starting a nonprofit supporting individuals transitioning out of homelessness to growing computer and plant businesses, these incoming students are ready to hit the ground running at CofC.
Looking to make a difference when she arrived at the College, Alex Adams has started a chapter of a national charity that distributes necessities to those experiencing homelessness.
SPECTRA, a summer program designed to help first-generation students and students of color adjust to college life, has become an avenue of support for international students, with over 10% of students participating this year coming from outside the U.S.
Bringing scholars from around the world, the College will host the 14th International Conference on Military Geosciences on campus June 20-24.
Internships are a key aspect of career preparation, and many CofC students are immersing themselves in a range of opportunities this summer including internships with D.C. United, the United Nations and Dominion Energy.
Student Entrepreneur of the Year Nicole Birnbaum has found success with her small business FlipRings, which has achieved gross sales of over $500,000.