Kameelah L. Martin, director of African American Studies at the College of Charleston, sheds light on the history behind Black History Month and why it's important.
From its high quality academic programs and engaging professors to the always romantic Cistern Yard, there’s a lot to love about the College of Charleston.
The journal Research & Politics has published research by College of Charleston students Deon McCray and Lauren Johnson.
In honor of Black History Month, several College of Charleston departments, clubs, organizations and offices will host activities and events.
The second annual Food and Faith celebration was held Monday in partnership with the Christian-Jewish Council of Greater Charleston and the College of Charleston.
Applications for the College's Summer Undergraduate Research with Faculty grant program, which provides students up to $6,500 to conduct research, are due on Feb. 6, 2018.
Gullah music is reaching new audiences thanks to the success of three CofC alumni whose band, Ranky Tanky, has hit No. 1 on the Billboard charts.
The College of Charleston is embarking on a semester-long series aimed at giving voice to sociological trauma and the ways in which societies, countries and cultures have worked to heal from conflict.
College of Charleston alumnus Matt Czuchry '99 will make his debut as a doctor on the new Fox medical drama 'The Resident' on Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018.
As the inventor of the Tru-D ultraviolet light disinfection system, Dr. Jeffery Deal knows a few things about how to stop the spread of dangerous diseases.