As a landslide mitigation expert with the United Nations, Marina Drazba '05 helps implement preventative measures to save the lives of the some of the world's poorest, most vulnerable people.
Despite winning the Department of Mathematics's top honor, Jay Van Raalte '20 plans on pursuing a career in music instead of going to graduate school – because, well, who wouldn't want to be a rock star if they had the choice?
As an ichthyologist, Rodney Rountree '87 (M.S.) has unveiled the myriad of sounds in freshwater and marine ecosystems by identifying thousands of burps, coughs and, yes, even farts of fish that may play a vital role in their survival.
Many have been responsible for the growth and increased prestige during the College's 250 years of existence, but here are the ones who deserve special recognition for the impact they had on the College's development and evolution.
College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu reflects on moving the College forward in the midst of a pandemic.
Thanks to detailed protocols and procedures for all areas of campus life, the College reopened safely this fall with some sense of normalcy.
In order to be a more welcoming campus, efforts are underway to address the complex issues of diversity, equity and inclusion at the College.
Following a multimillion-dollar, year-and-a-half restoration, the Sottile Theatre has recaptured the glory it had when it first opened almost a century ago.
The College launched its new Systems Engineering Program this fall semester with a new instructor who has big plans.
With input from high-tech companies in the area helping guide its curriculum, the new engineering major will help fill the growing need for talent.