The sixth annual Cougar Night Lights holiday light show kicks off this month with a special showing for College of Charleston students.
In this week's installment: 'Time' magazine quotes Tim Carens in a story about a new version of the movie, 'A Christmas Carol,' WCIV-TV talks with geology professor Norm Levine about flooding and more.
In this week's installment: 'The Charlotte Observer' talks with political science professor Gibbs Knotts about the recent elections, 'Smithsonian Magazine' mentions the Addlestone Library in a story about the International African American Museum and more.
Biologist Deborah Bidwell uses biomimicry to search for ways that will help solve human problems in ways that are more innovative and sustainable.
In this week's installment: The Associated Press reports on the College's new Speaker Series on Public Discourse and Civility, WCBD-TV reports that several CofC political science professors recently hosted a midterm election forum, and more.
In this week's installment: History professor Scott Poole talks to KCRW-FM (Los Angeles) about trick or treating, 'The New York Times' talks to geologist Bobby Boessenecker about the robbery of a fossil in New Zealand, and more.
As the exclusive academic partner of the Charleston Literary Festival, the College of Charleston is playing a prominent role in the internationally renowned festival, which runs Nov. 4-13, 2022.
The Medical University of South Carolina and the College of Charleston have received a $2.4 million grant to establish the STEM-Coaching and Resources for Entrepreneurial Women (CREW) program.
In this week's installment: 'Diverse: Issues in Higher Education' announces that Courtney Howard is CofC's new chief diversity officer and vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion, MSN names CofC the most beautiful campus in South Carolina, and more.
In this week's installment: 'Southern Living' magazine talks with Jewish studies professor Joshua Shanes about menorahs; Tamara Butler, director of the Avery Research Center, talks to 'The Post and Courier' about the need for a more comprehensive narrative concerning Charleston plantations; and more.