Much like the incredible escape of Ellen and William Craft from enslavement, their photo album had just been waiting at the Avery for someone like Mary Trent to discover it.
CofC faculty are experts in their fields, as this roundup of new books written by them attests.
From "War and Peace" to "The RBG Workout," School of the Arts Dean Edward Hart '88 has a very eclectic list of his favorite books.
Following his documentary about the enslaved Africans who helped build the College, Adjunct English Professor Michael Owens is now capturing the stories of Black World War II soldiers.
A student research project tied to the College of Charleston's 250th anniversary examines the role religion has played throughout the institution's history.
From a fossil dig at a Summerville construction site, geology instructor Bobby Boessenecker and recent graduate Addison Miller '20 discovered a 25 million-year-old nursery for baby megasharks.
Recent graduate Alice Ohlandt talks about learning how to live with, instead of against, her ‘trickster,’ dyslexia.
While continuing to value its traditions, the College has a new strategic plan that places an emphasis on innovation, starting with student success.
Equestrian team member Haley Cole rides in honor of her late mother, who passed down her love of horses.
Cougars first baseman Ari Sechopoulos ’20 is reliable and steady in his skills at the plate – and in his loyalty to the College.