The College's head of photography, award-winning photographer Elizabeth Bick, will have her first solo show at the Halsey Institute this winter.
Hispanic studies professor Yulian Martínez-Escobar's new documentary 'Llegó Federico y Su Salsa' highlights the story of salsa musician Federico Betancourt.
A renowned author who taught creative writing at the College of Charleston, T Kira Madden inspires students with her love of language.
As an intern with the Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre, triple major Lea Neufeld is learning more about the horrors of forced migration than she ever could from a book.
Inspired by her father's passion for the environment and her homeland of Ecuador, Sofia Troya Zambrano '20 hopes to make a difference in the sphere of climate policy, armed with a master's degree in environmental and sustainability studies.
For English Professor Susan Farrell, unexpected twists and turns in her academic career led her to become a preeminent scholar on Kurt Vonnegut and a founding member of the Kurt Vonnegut Society.
Running April 26–May 2, 2022, Cougar Countdown offers students academic, physical and emotional support during exam week. Events include yoga with Clyde the Cougar and ice cream with President Hsu.
Charleston Miracle will host its annual dance marathon fundraiser, CougarThon, in the College of Charleston Stern Student Center (71 George St.) on April 9, 2022, from 12–6 p.m.
Inspired by a gift of tassel earrings, alumna Mimi Striplin '14 started her Tiny Tassel brand on Etsy more than six years ago. Today her earrings and apparel store are getting attention from publications like 'Southern Living' and 'Essence' as well as from 'The Today Show.'
The opening reception for the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art’s "Young Contemporaries 2022" exhibition is 5–7 p.m. on Friday, March 18, 2022, at the Halsey Institute, 161 Calhoun Street. The event is free and open to the public.