On this episode of 'Speaking of … College of Charleston,' junior Honors student Sydney Pearson speaks about her summer internship at Mercedes-Benz Vans.
The College of Charleston has earned a silver-level Military Friendly School designation this academic year.
CofC Podcast: Kathleen Parker, Sen. Tom Davis, Gary Hess Discuss Cannabis Legislation in South Carolina
On this episode of the 'Speaking of … College of Charleston' podcast, award-winning 'Washington Post' journalist Kathleen Parker speaks with South Carolina Senator Tom Davis and Gary Hess, attorney Margaret Ann “Muffy” Kneece and founder of the Veterans Alliance for Holistic Alternatives, about cannabis legislation in South Carolina.
Clyde the Chatbot uses text messaging powered by artificial intelligence to provide College of Charleston students with 24-hour access to campus resources.
On this episode of 'Speaking Of…College of Charleston,' author Bret Lott talks about his 34 years of teaching, writing, an upcoming nonfiction book and making Oprah's Book Club list.
The CEO of the Center for Heirs’ Property Preservation, Jennie Stephens ’89 (M.P.A. ’94) aids historically underserved landowners by preventing and resolving title disputes.
From serving as the interim president to helping craft exhibits to mapping complex histories, College of Charleston faculty have been essential to the development of the new International African American Museum, which will celebrate its grand opening in Charleston on Saturday, June 24.
Harlan Greene, outreach archivist and project coordinator for the SC LGBTQ Oral Histories, Archives and Outreach Project in the College's Special Collections, discusses LGBTQ history and his book 'The Real Rainbow Row.'
On this episode of 'Speaking of … College of Charleston,' Mari Crabtree, associate professor of African American studies, talks about her book, 'My Soul Is a Witness: The Traumatic Afterlife of Lynching.'
The College of Charleston will host the second annual Maroon Walk for Juneteenth on June 5, 2023. The event, which is free and open to the public, will feature a half-mile walk exploring sites of African American history on the College’s campus.