Seven professors think back on the best things they found under the Christmas tree as kids. Some won't surprise you at all!
First-generation American and first-generation college student Sophia Emetu is the first recipient of the R.I.S.E. honors scholarship established by CofC alumni Ben and Sara Givler DeWolf.
The College of Charleston campus is closed for the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday, November 26–Sunday, November 29. It will reopen Monday, November 30, when classes will resume.
On the evening of June 17, 2015, terror came to the Holy City. That terror found its way to a Bible study in the basement of Emanuel A.M.E. Church on Calhoun Street, just a few blocks from the College of Charleston. When that terror left, nine people had been shot dead. As helicopters flew over
Inhale. There’s a lot to take in – too much, even – when every breath – every lame, rackety, strained breath you’ve ever taken – could be your last. When you can’t breathe without your nightly “tappies,” your parents thumping your sides like a ketchup bottle. When your two-week-long tuneups at the hospital go from
Don't tell me the sky's the limit when there are footprints on the moon: It’s one of Sophia Emetu’s favorite quotes. Singer Paul Brandt’s lyrical line speaks to her hopefulness, her belief in setting goals and reaching them, her confidence in her own limitless potential. She knows she’s going to go far, that she’ll continue to
Yuhong Tu has often struggled to be understood during his years at the College. A native of Nanchang, Jiangxi, in China, the senior music major’s English is good, but like any non-native speaker, some things get lost in translation. This is one reason that Tu has always loved music. “Music is a pure form of
Anniversaries, by definition, only come around once a year. Unless, it seems, you’re the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture, which this year celebrates two important ones: its 30th and 150th. Let’s start with the latter. The American Missionary Association established the center in 1865 as Charleston’s first free secondary school for
He doesn’t wear a cape. He doesn’t have a superpower. He doesn’t have some kind of time machine or crystal ball. What James Hodge ’89 does have, however, is the capacity to help save and improve millions of lives around the globe. As a public health lawyer and a national expert on emergency legal preparedness
With more than 220 student clubs and organizations – and 30 new ones proposed this year – the College has something for everyone. Take this quiz to find one for you!