Jasmine Utsey '08 enhances the visitor experience as the program specialist and business liaison at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
This year's Pep Supper event raised $27,515 as well as collected over 3,344 pounds of food for the Lowcountry Food Bank.
Nominations for the A.I.R.E. Faculty and Staff Award are open now through April 15, 2020, at 12 p.m.
See photos and video of President Hsu's inauguration ceremony and related festivities. It was certainly a day to remember!
As the CofC community prepares to officially celebrate the installation of President Andrew T. Hsu, learn a little more about Hsu and his vision for the College.
The 2019 Pep Supper, which benefits the Lowcountry Food Bank, will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at TD Arena, following the volleyball game at 7 p.m.
The Women’s and Gender Studies Program has partnered with multiple organizations to celebrate International Pronouns Day and Spirit Day on Oct. 16 and 17.
CofC music professor Edward Hart will officially begin his term as the Charleston Symphony's composer-in-residence with the performance of his work "Under an Indigo Sky" Sept. 27-28, 2019.
African American Studies Director Kameelah Martin co-edited "The Lemonade Reader," a collection of essays that investigates Beyoncé's "Lemonade" album in a black feminist tradition.
The Boeing Company and CofC have teamed up to provide scholarships to veterans interested in pursuing a career in sustainable food systems.