Are bonnetheads the first sharks found to eat veggies? Professor Gorka Sancho and two marine biology students are hot on their tails.
Studying abroad takes on a whole new meaning for the Alsarraf family, with six of their eight children traveling from Oman to study at the College.
After seeing how her high school classmates with immigrant parents were impacted by the threat of deportation, Jody Bell created the website I.C.O.D.: In Case of Deportation.
The Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture at the College of Charleston will reopen this month following extensive structural renovations.
A semester studying in La Rochelle, France, has given Sally Ott new confidence in her French and supply chain management studies.
The College of Charleston has launched a new student exchange program with American University in Cairo.
Physics and astronomy professor Chris Fragile is researching neutron stars. These stars represent the densest state of matter in our universe.
Since his involvement with the College began in the 1980s, William “Bill” Finn has been a School of Business linchpin as an adviser, donor and mentor.
As the director of CofC's Lowcountry Hazards Center, Norman Levine plays a crucial role in the area's flood control efforts while also giving students valuable real-world experience.
As a nontraditional student, graduating senior Kevan Sherbine has found a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction through the College's Bachelor of Professional Studies program.