The Women’s and Gender Studies Program’s 10th annual Yes! I’m a Feminist fundraising event will return to an in-person celebration on Nov. 4, 2022, in the Stern Center Garden.
Hispanic studies professor Yulian Martínez-Escobar's new documentary 'Llegó Federico y Su Salsa' highlights the story of salsa musician Federico Betancourt.
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.
The fall semester is in full swing at the College of Charleston, with students exploring internships and career opportunities and lectures from distinguished guests.
The author of "How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning With the History of Slavery" will give a public talk Monday, Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. in the Sottile Theatre.
Congressman Jim Clyburn during a recent visit with CofC students gave an intimate account of the ins and outs of government and politics and outlined how the next generation can shape the future.
The College of Charleston’s Board of Trustees and the College of Charleston Foundation Board have approved an extension of President Andrew Hsu’s contract through June 30, 2027.
Thanks to a thesis project by graduate student Nicole Killen, there are $30,000 worth of new recycling and trash receptacles throughout TD Arena.
From leaders in education and business to dedicated stewards of the College, the 2022 Alumni Award recipients are making a difference both near and far.
On this episode of 'Speaking of ... College of Charleston,' history professor Jason Coy and Francesca Gibson, a double-major in history and psychology, explore a time in history when people believed in and feared witchcraft.