CofC’s resident scholar on death and dying, octogenarian George Dickinson has no plans on calling it quits any time soon.
CofC’s "Fresh Prince," Brandon Alston, creates campus fashionistas while reducing waste with his upcycled clothing.
The friends of J. Stewart Walker Jr. ’78 carry on the course he charted that took CofC’s sailing program to national prominence.
The College of Charleston COVID-19 Leadership Team shared the following message on Monday, Aug. 8, 2022, regarding new COVID-19 isolation procedures for residential students.
Systems engineering major Ohaji Clark is getting a firsthand look at his future career with a co-op at the Bosch facility in North Charleston.
The College of Charleston and Clemson University have teamed up to fight the invasion of the Asian longhorned beetle at Stono Preserve, CofC's 981-acre tract in Hollywood, S.C.
A select group of students will explore everything from the mate choice of squirrel tree frogs and exoplanets to zero-waste stage design and the presence of antibiotic-resistant organisms in tidal environments through Summer Undergraduate Research with Faculty grants.
The College will host the inaugural Maroon Walk for Juneteenth on June 9, 2022, at 11 a.m. The name, Maroon Walk for Juneteenth, honors the African American settlements established by fugitive slaves known as maroons.
With support through the International Scholars Program and the Global Ambassadors Program, international studies major Jack Watson is well on his way to building a career in the international arena.
Inspired by the TV show the 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,' theatre major Brandon Alston launched Fresh Prince Fit Designs, which upcycles used clothing.