College of Charleston alumna Neysa N. Williams '95 created a fund to support the College's Black Student Union and ensure minority students feel empowered.
The summer 2021 issue of College of Charleston Magazine is hitting mailboxes now.
Breaking a school record in the 6K while maintaining a near perfect GPA, double-major Tess Masselink has proven herself to be quick in more ways than one.
As one of the first meteorology graduates from the College, Mikel Hannah-Harding ’19 is living the dream as a weatherman.
Campus might seem a little quieter with many students away for the summer, but the College of Charleston community is still bubbling with activity.
Mark Richards '88 has given both money and time to programs and students in the School of Business, with the goal of inspiring the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Two new exhibitions at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, 'Dan Estabrook: Wunderkammer' and 'Jibade-Khalil Huffman: You Are Here,' offer immersive experiences that encourage viewers to rethink their perspectives.
The Call Me MISTER Program, which supports male minority students majoring in education who plan to become teachers, has received a $50,000 grant from Dominion Energy.
African American Studies Director Anthony Greene says the move by Congress to make Juneteenth a federal holiday is an important moment, but one that should be taken in the larger context of ongoing racial and social justice movements.
Biology alumnus Will Freund '17 is sail-kayaking from Miami to Norfolk, Virginia, to find out from residents along the way how their coastal environment has changed in recent years.