Following a multimillion-dollar, year-and-a-half restoration, the Sottile Theatre has recaptured the glory it had when it first opened almost a century ago.
The research of psychology professor Chelsea Reid indicates that ‘scent-evoked nostalgia’ just might be the answer.
Thanks to some online sleuthing, the Library’s Harlan Greene and historic preservation’s Grant Gilmore uncovered a drawing depicting the College’s first schoolhouse.
After losing a number of friends and family to drug overdose, Duncan Weller made it his mission to find answers through research.
As the youngest division director at her medical center, Elizabeth Seiverling ’01 credits much of her success to her time on the tennis court for CofC.
What inspires a writer, a musician or a dancer? Some seek inspiration in nature. Others are inspired by places and people. This semester students in the departments of music and theatre and dance found it in an exhibit at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.
The 14th Annual Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival, which is spearheaded by CofC Italian professor Giovanna De Luca, will take place on Nov. 18 and Nov. 19, 2020, at the Charleston Music Hall.
The Campus Preservation Fund, part of the College of Charleston's Drive for the 250th fundraising campaign, seeks to raise $1.3 million to preserve and maintain CofC's historic structures.
The Honors College has been selected as a high-ranking program by the publication 'Inside Honors 2020-2021: Ratings and Reviews of 40 Top Public University Honors Programs.'
The graduate program in Environmental and Sustainability Studies will host the “Gullah/Geechee Freedom Celebration," a livestreamed choreopoem, on Saturday, Oct. 24.