For a generation of students, theatre professor Joy Vandervort-Cobb has been an incredible source of inspiration.
By taking chances and going with his gut, Will Ward ’93 has built up a stable of major talent at his Hollywood management agency.
Alumna Dorlisa Hommel went from exploring the depths of the ocean to the heights of outer space when she began working with satellites.
The people of the College of Charleston have long had an impact on our nation’s history, and their contributions have pushed the country to be better.
The recipient of two theatre scholarships, K’yundra Martin is inspired to give back to the campus community.
Alumnus J. Casey Martin started over in his career, crediting his flexibility in the job market to skills he learned at CofC.
Renewable energy specialist Danny Rubin ’06 is helping to make geothermal energy a household term – and a household staple.
As a talent booker for Charleston’s own Stephen Colbert, John Williams ’12 gets to rub shoulders with the rich and famous.
Has the obsession with social media and selfies made young adults more narcissistic? One student was determined to find out.
Up until the early 1970s, upperclassmen made freshmen wear striped beanies called “rat caps” all day long their first semester.