From staying healthy and stress free to mapping your way around campus, here are a variety of helpful tips to start the school year off right at the College of Charleston.
Marketing major Sophia Cucinotta has spent her summer working with the Philadelphia Eagles as the team's ticketing and fan services academic intern.
Student Kylee Poole, a double major in dance and communication, reflects on why she chose the College of Charleston and how the College's dance team has helped her find her place in the CofC community.
After a series of physical and mental health challenges, psychiatrist Rahul N. Mehra ’83 wants to improve mental well-being on a global scale.
Students recently dug into the history of the Heyward-Washington House in downtown Charleston in an effort to learn more about the people who lived at the site prior to the home's construction in 1772.
From details on tickets and satellite locations to information on where to park, check out our guide on all things commencement.
The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology recently recognized associate professor of biology Bob Podolsky with the M. Patricia Morse Award for Excellence and Innovation in Science Education.
The new Spanish as a Heritage Language Distinction Program gives Spanish-speaking students a cultural connection that builds community while connecting them to their roots.
Check out these 10 facts about the African American trailblazers and institutions that have made not just Black history, but College of Charleston history over the years.
The College's head of photography, award-winning photographer Elizabeth Bick, will have her first solo show at the Halsey Institute this winter.