As the deputy assistant secretary for higher education programs in the U.S. Department of Education, Michelle Asha Cooper '95 is in a position to make big changes in higher education, particularly regarding affordability and access.
Two newly endowed scholarships at the College of Charleston celebrate the love of Dr. John Covington '84 and Robert Lukey while giving back to future generations.
When Matthew Keller '10 graduated from the College with bachelor's degrees in chemistry and biochemistry, he had no idea that a decade later he would be researching the virus causing the worst pandemic in over a century.
In honor of Women's History Month, which runs from March 1-30, here are a few of the College of Charleston women who have helped shape the past, present and future at CofC and beyond.
Arts management alum Jake Zinn '20 wants to offer music fans all the latest music news at their fingertips with the new app Beepr.
College of Charleston alumnus Derrick Williams made history at his alma mater last year when he became the first Black president of the Alumni Association.
Named for College of Charleston alumnus Emmett Robinson, the Emmett Robinson Memorial Scholarship in Theatre honors a rising senior theatre major with a distinguished record of leadership and artistry.
With the arrival and distribution of COVID vaccines, three medical alumni answer some questions about the rollout and when we can look forward to life beyond the pandemic.
Alumna Sabra Horne is elevating the impact of a liberal arts education through a planned gift to the Dean's Excellence Fund for the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Former basketball standout Jermaine Johnson '09 is joining four other College of Charleston alumni as a member of the 2021 South Carolina General Assembly.