With the help of colleagues, late CofC professor Alison Piepmeier's final book, "Unexpected: Parenting, Prenatal Testing, and Down Syndrome" debuted last month.
Named for College of Charleston alumnus Emmett Robinson, the Emmett Robinson Memorial Scholarship in Theatre honors a rising senior theatre major with a distinguished record of leadership and artistry.
The Women’s Health Research Team focused their annual Student Health Survey and subsequent BeWell campaign on behaviors that help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
On Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021, the College of Charleston held its second annual CofC Day, celebrating gifts totaling $9.69 million.
Special education major Emily Turner is the first recipient of the Elizabeth R. Reid Endowed Memorial School of Education, Health, and Human Performance Scholarship, which honors the life of alumna Elizabeth Reid.
The College of Charleston is offering two no-cost COVID-19 testing events for students, faculty and staff from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 8, and Monday, Jan. 11.
After nearly a year of teaching and learning in hybrid and online formats due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many students and faculty at CofC say these modes of instruction can be just as engaging, challenging and rewarding as traditional instruction methods.
After 26 years as the director and chief curator of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston, Mark Sloan is saying goodbye.
A student research project tied to the College of Charleston's 250th anniversary examines the role religion has played throughout the institution's history.
After 22 years serving at the helm of the College of Charleston's School of the Arts, Valerie Morris is retiring at the end of December 2020.