Bernard Powers, director of CofC's Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston, discusses the life of Denmark Vesey and why he should be considered ..
Featuring unique art work, knick-knacks and curios, the Halsey Institute is hosting its second "Bizarre Bazaar" from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m on July 27, 2019..
Three years after its launch, Lowcountry Street Grocery is still going strong, thanks in part to the addition of more College of Charleston alumni and..
A World of Jewish Culture at Piccolo Spoleto began in 1998 as a public celebration of Israel’s 50th birthday. Events run from June 2 through June 6,..
Featuring three College of Charleston alums, including percussionist Quentin Baxter, the band Ranky Tanky performed in Cistern Yard on June 2 as part ..
President McConnell announces that the College will adopt a flexible work schedule for those employees directly affected by the ongoing bridge closure..
Retiring Jewish Studies Program director Marty Perlmutter was recently awarded the Order of the Jewish Palmetto by the Jewish Historical Society of So..
From greasy hash browns to Frappuccinos to avocado toast, the tiny brick building across from campus has housed a variety of establishments over the d..
Under the direction of three CofC alumni, the Lowcountry Maritime Society offers children hands-on learning opportunities through its boatbuilding pro..
The new Riley Center for Livable Communities is housed in the College of Charleston's WestEdge building at 176 Lockwood Blvd. ..