The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art's newest exhibits, 'CORPUS' and 'Pinturas de Casta and the Construction of American Identity,' explore the legacy of South American colonialism.
Max Kovalov, director of the John Edwin Mroz Global Leadership Institute and an international studies professor, is closely watching the war in Ukraine not only because of his scholarly pursuits, but also because it's his homeland.
An epic, seagoing quest by a pair of alumni provides equal parts adventure and cultural connection.
Protecting the environment is something Chase Austin, one of the CofC's first environmental geosciences majors, is called to do.
Some exceptional individuals are graduating from the College of Charleston this winter. Here's a quick look at a few of them.
CofC professor Purushottam Meena, who specializes in supply chain disruption risk management, breaks down the current supply chain crisis, focusing on the factors that are creating choke points in getting goods where they need to go.
Students from the College of Charleston won three of the top six awards at SC Innovates 2021, an annual pitch competition open to university students from across South Carolina – both graduate and undergraduates.
Wanting to make a space to celebrate Black food and culture, alumnus Marcus Hammond '09 has created Charleston's first-ever Black Food Truck Festival, which kicks off this weekend.
From analyzing Broadway musicals to understanding the physics of computer games, First Year Experience courses at CofC help freshmen get oriented to the rigors of college life and academics.
CofC student and U.S. Marine veteran Dyllon Gunsolus won the time trial event at the USA Cycling Collegiate Track National Championships last month. It was a victory won in his heart and mind as much as it was on the velodrome track.