The research of history professor Adam Domby helped bring down a Confederate statue and is the basis of a new book on the South’s “Lost Cause” narrative.
Setting a study-abroad milestone this past summer, CofC's campus in Trujillo, Spain, is an idyllic place for students to become steeped in the Spanish culture.
Through orbiting experiments, Ana Oprisan is helping to advance space exploration.
A graduate of the REACH Program, Randon Strange ’16 now is a man of letters in the Office of Mail Services at the College.
Award-winning lighting designer Jason Lyons has a new “off-Broadway” gig to tout – visiting instructor in the Department of Theatre and Dance.
Geology major Clara Meier’s trip to Alaska to gather evidence of a mass extinction illustrates the research opportunities afforded undergrads.
The REACH Program celebrates its 10th anniversary empowering students with cognitive disabilities to participate fully in college.
In order to better understand the fascinating and critical world of bees, biology major Matthew Magee is trying to discover how they earn their wings.
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.