The College of Charleston is a co-sponsor of the International Conference on Romanticism, taking place Oct. 14-16, including a lecture and film screening, which are free and open to the public.
With the 2021 fall semester here, it's not just new students we're seeing on the College of Charleston campus, there are also some fresh faces in front of the classrooms, too.
CofC professors Adem Ali and Richard Bodek have received Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program awards to travel abroad to learn and lecture in their respective fields for the 2021–22 academic year.
Geology Professor Norman S. Levine, who studies natural phenomena like sinkholes and earthquakes, explains what caused a sinkhole near campus.
Not one to sit idly by, psychology Professor Jen Wright is ‘doing what’s called for’ to help stop global warming by co-chairing a local climate group.
With a job lined up nearly a year before finishing her degree, accounting graduate Emily Wiesler made the most of her college experience and set herself up for success.
The CofC Grounds Crew stays busy all year long to keep campus beautiful – but the fruits of their labor are never more evident than in the spring.
For the first time in history, the College of Charleston Cheerleading Team won first place at the National Cheerleaders Association Collegiate National Championship.
Biology major Katlyne Jeter founded the group Minorities in Medicine to support underrepresented pre-health and pre-med students.
Jonathan Cundiff, senior network security engineer for IT, cherishes his time at Upstate bison ranch.