Spring has sprung in the Holy City and with it a flurry of activity on the College of Charleston campus.
Psychology and women's and gender studies double-major Reagan Williams has received the Sociologists for Women in Society Undergraduate Social Activism Award for her social justice efforts at the College.
Whether we're celebrating future educators, supporting young students or growing a garden, the College of Charleston community is focused on making a difference.
Despite the pandemic, the nonprofit Kids on Point, which is housed at the College of Charleston, has continued to offer academic support in addition to coaching on the squash courts for children from under resourced neighborhoods.
Piano studies professor Paul Sánchez collaborated on an operatic album that recently reached the top of the Billboard Traditional Classical Albums chart.
Meet Jack Oistad, an international business major who is gaining real-world skills as a member of the School of Business Investment Program.
Part of Admitted Cougar Events, new school showcases aim to connect incoming students with faculty and current students to help them navigate various academic opportunities.
'If These Walls Could Talk,' a new documentary about the history of the College, brings attention to the labor and ingenuity of enslaved Africans who were tasked with building the first municipal college in the United States.
The 21st Century Library initiative seeks to expand access to and instruction of 21st century technology and its applications in the classroom and beyond.
There’s been no shortage of things to see and subjects to explore lately at CofC and across the Holy City.