Dinosaurs are the stuff of prehistoric legend, beasts from a long bygone era. But for one professor of geology, the study of the Jurassic giants is the jumping point from which to celebrate the beauty of the natural world.
Public health major Sierra Small '17 spent her undergraduate career researching the social and economic factors that impact sexual health.
Alumnus Mitchell Leverette '85 has struck gold as the division chief for solid minerals at the Bureau of Land Management.
The Board of Trustees voted last fall to return the College's emblem to an image more closely resembling its original seal.
Mathematics professor Garrett Mitchener uses numerical equations to unlock the biological origins that turned muddled sounds into prose.
Zach Sturman '17 studied the complex factors of behavioral economics that influence whether we wash, or don't wash, our hands.
Life’s hectic undertow can shift in the blink of an eye, with no warning or care. For this alumnus, a rare encounter with a leatherback sea turtle reminded him that when you’re thrown off course, sometimes all you can do is wait for help. By Luke Rein ’15 2015 was an exciting year. After I
Math and computer science double major Blaine Billings has found a window into his future at the College of Charleston's campus at Harbor Walk.
Here’s what nine CofC orientation interns want the Class of 2021 to know as they take their first steps as bona fide Cougars
A College of Charleston history professor says the origins of Memorial Day can be traced back to an 1865 ceremony for fallen Union soldiers in Charleston.