As she prepares to head to Emory University School of Medicine, Grace Moxley hopes to one day practice rural medicine in her tiny hometown of Mountain Rest, South Carolina.
Blogger, hair stylist and social media consultant Nia Strothers explains how she keeps so many balls in the air while succeeding at CofC.
Senior Anfernee Robinson is putting his marketing skills to work to share his journey from poverty to the graduation stage.
Students can get a lot out of being exposed to activities and lessons beyond the walls of campus.
Armed with a love of music and an idea, College of Charleston student Coleman Ott set out to create a platform to celebrate the stories of local musicians.
Computer science students will get a glimpse at the potential fruits of their labor during the 11th Annual Computer Science Alumni Symposium this Friday.
Sign language interpreter Jason Hurdich will offer insight into the challenges of life for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing during an event Wednesday at the Stern Center Ballroom.
Laura Zagby-Dye '03 has turned her three degrees in philosophy, religious studies and corporate communications into a fulfilling career with the American Red Cross.
Owilender K. Grant and Eugene Hunt opened the doors for diversity among the faculty as the College's first black professors.
Author Christopher Dickey will recount the wild tale of socialite Gertrude Sanford Legendre at an upcoming event hosted by the Friends of the Library at the College of Charleston.