Wes Eason '00 is the third generation to work in his family's aquaculture business in Western North Carolina
Take a look back at some of our favorite photos from the past week at College of Charleston.
"Recovery has many faces," says Wood Marchant '89. He knows this as someone who overcame addiction but also as the director of the recently launched Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP). The College of Charleston program is designed to provide a structured, healthy community where students recovering from substance and addictive disorders can thrive academically and socially while actively pursuing their
A look around the College of Charleston campus with some of our favorite photos of the week.
To celebrate the record pace of adoptions at Pounce Cat Cafe + Wine Bar, co-owned by alumni Ashley Brooks ’14 and Annaliese Hughes ’14, the College sent a special visitor.
CofC alumna Katie Kozar Thompson ’09 has created a stunning collection of gifts using wood salvaged from a giant oak tree that fell in Cistern Yard in July 2016. Proceeds from the Cistern Oak Collection will benefit Alumni Association scholarships and programs.
Between the historic solar eclipse on Monday and the first week of the fall 2017 semester, it's been a very busy week at College of Charleston.
As the Most Beautiful College Campus in America, College of Charleston makes for the perfect Instagram backdrop for all your selfies this school year.
Charleston has a reputation as a food town, but you don't have to leave campus for a good meal. Here's a sample of what's on offer within a stroll of the classrooms and residence halls.
A full list of road closures around the College of Charleston campus for student move-in weekend.