From health care leaders to dedicated stewards of the College, the 2019 Alumni Award recipients are making a difference both near and far.
The College of Charleston will host Fall Alumni Weekend Nov. 22–24, 2019. The event will serve as the launch of the College's 250th anniversary celebration.
College of Charleston alumnus and novelist Jon Sealy '05 offers the next generation of writers a little advice on how to navigate the changing world of publishing.
Alumnus Win Platt ’11 is a making a name for Amazon Echo as a brand strategist for the technology giant.
Alumnus Matt Fendley ’10 and ’12 started Cannonborough Beverage Company in 2012. Since then, the craft soda company has taken off, recently receiving a $25,000 Chobani Incubator grant.
One recent CofC graduate's internship in Western Colorado has enabled her to apply classroom lessons to hands-on work as she moves ahead in forging her career path.
Former CofC basketball star and current NBA professional Joe Chealey recently held his first basketball camp for kids at the College.
After a whirlwind 45 days with the U.S. women's soccer team, Greg Banks '94 is exhausted but elated by their World Cup victory.
As the Year of Women comes to a close, meet eight trailblazing alumnae who have made an impact in the world.
Inspired by 9/11 to tell uplifting stories, PBS host Rob Stewart '94 mines the state of California for golden stories.