Three former College of Charleston sailors – Enrique Arathoon ’17, Juan Maegli ’15 and Stefano Peschiera ’18 – are competing in the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics.
CofC alumni Liam Becker '16 and John Berdux '14 started Apis Mercantile to prove to the world that you can sell hemp extract and honey products in a sustainable and profitable way.
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.
As one of the first meteorology graduates from the College, Mikel Hannah-Harding ’19 is living the dream as a weatherman.
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.
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.
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.