A double-major in business administration and hospitality and tourism management, Mollie Warren '16 is putting her degrees to good use traveling the world as an airline pilot.
The Charleston County School District announced two CofC alumni as winners of the 2022 Rookie Teachers of the Year: Katelynn Kitts '20 and Chris Green ’14 (M.Ed. ’21).
From reminiscing and reconnecting to dancing the night away, Spring Alumni Weekend was full of memories both old and new.
Three of the five finalists for the Charleston County School District (CCSD) 2022 Teacher of the Year are CofC alumni: Natasha Akery, Kory Roberts and Chakadasovavan Or. The CCSD will announce the winner next month.
Inspired by a gift of tassel earrings, alumna Mimi Striplin '14 started her Tiny Tassel brand on Etsy more than six years ago. Today her earrings and apparel store are getting attention from publications like 'Southern Living' and 'Essence' as well as from 'The Today Show.'
In this episode of the CofC podcast, Sam Norton '16 (M.S. '21) talks about how the College helped him build a successful business – Heron Farms, the world's first indoor vertical saltwater farm – around a salt-tolerant succulent known as the sea bean.
Created in memory of alumnus Carter Holland '19, the Carter Holland Memorial Music Award assists music majors in purchasing musical equipment or funding ongoing professional training as a musician.
The comprehensive skills that Cole Gulledge ’20 (M.S. ’21) learned as a soccer player, an economics major and a graduate student in the data science and analytics program set him up for success as a junior development and operations engineer with TIAA.
During Fall Alumni Weekend, the Alumni Welcome Center at Towell Library was renamed in memory of alumnus and former faculty member Anthony J. Meyer '49.
Wanting to make a space to celebrate Black food and culture, alumnus Marcus Hammond '09 has created Charleston's first-ever Black Food Truck Festival, which kicks off this weekend.