The College of Charleston Alumni Association will honor eight distinguished alumni at the Alumni Awards Gala on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2023.
At the College of Charleston, Molly Van Ostran '17 realized she could make a career out of archaeology – and she's been digging into the ever-evolving field ever since.
George Davis '03 and '09, who majored in political science and studio art, has found a higher purpose as a liturgical artist in his service as a monk with St. Tikhon’s Monastery in Pennsylvania.
Following the trail her grandmother blazed at the College, Qynn Woodberry-Gadson is the ultimate legacy scholar.
That great song you heard in one of your favorite shows? That’s thanks to Emma Rose Isely ’12, a Hollywood music synchronization specialist.
Clare Wolf Behringer '18 (MBA) is premiering her debut independent short film "Vulnerable" at the College of Charleston's Sottile Theatre on Thursday, May 4, 2023.
Mentoring gets paid forward, resulting in real-life experience and careers in data science for alumnae Erin Langenstein ’19 (M.S. ’20) and Brianna Brunson ’20 (M.S. '21).
The College of Charleston recently co-hosted the 2023 National Black Alumni Collective Leadership Symposium March 9-12.
The senior director of film and TV synchronization at Universal Music Group, Emma Rose Isely '12 recently shared her expertise in the music industry with arts management students during a talk on campus.
CofC alumni Clay Ross ’98, Quentin Baxter ’98 and Kevin Hamilton ’95 received their second Grammy Award with their band Ranky Tanky on Sunday, Feb. 5, in the category of Best Regional Roots Music Album for Live At The 2022 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.