CofC at WestEdge is the new home of the College’s Riley Center for Livable Communities, the Office of Procurement and the Controller’s Office.
A group of budding scientists got to experience the latest advances in chemistry from some of the brightest minds in the field during a recent meeting of the American Chemical Society.
Ashley Galloway Thomas is the first registered dietitian to serve the campus community, making the College healthier than ever.
College of Charleston professor emeritus of history George Hopkins sheds some light on the importance of the new PBS series 'The Vietnam War.'
The Office of Institutional Diversity, in conjunction with other campus organizations, will unveil a quilt on Nov. 6, 2017, in support of LGBTQ History.
The new Computer Science Student Innovation Center is a state-of-the-art facility aimed at enhancing hands-on learning.
Students in professor Jarod Charzewski's sculpture class made art from sea trash as part of a new exhibit at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.
Four students reaped the rewards of hands-on learning through NASA's eclipse ballooning project during August's solar eclipse.
Over the past year, the Riley Center has undertaken initiatives dealing with increasing food supplies, training government leaders and assessing food and housing insecurity.
A trio of CofC alums are bringing the joy and power of Gullah music to mainstream audiences as part of the band Ranky Tanky.