In recognition of National Selfie Day, College of Charleston anthropology professor Hector Qirko explains the cultural significance of the selfie.
The Office of the Registrar at the College of Charleston has published the semester honors lists for spring 2019.
The College's Pearlstine/Lipov Center for Southern Jewish Culture recently hosted an institute focused on Southern Jewish history.
Two business professors are closely monitoring the ongoing changes in U.S. tariffs on international goods for potential impacts on the global economy.
Student-teams from five universities, including the College of Charleston, will compete in the Network Globally, Act Locally pitch competition on Friday, June 14.
The School of Education, Health, and Human Performance and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences have new acting deans following leadership changes in the College's administration.
The College's Maymester course on Spoleto Festival USA pulls back the curtain on the world of the performing arts.
Meet Kristen Halverson, director of talent and organizational development in the Office of Human Resources.
"Cry Joy Park — Gardens of Light and Dark," the new exhibit at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, aims to unravel the historical and social juxtapositions of Charleston.
Andrew T. Hsu took the helm as the College of Charleston's 23rd president on Thursday, May 16, 2019.