A recent study by geology professor Barbara Beckingham shows that more and more microplastics are showing up in wastewater treatment plants in the Lowcountry.
As the director of global brand marketing for Mattel, Lily Crawford ’06 is all business when it comes to launching new product lines.
After a two-year, $2.3 million renovation of the historic school building, the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture reopens.
The College has struck a deal with the Charleston Battery for the professional soccer team to play at Ralph Lundy Field starting in March 2020.
Two basketball legends, John Kresse and Otto German '73, hang up their hightops for good.
Highly competitive summer internship exposes softball pitcher Kylie Burke to superbugs and medical rarities.
After 33 seasons, men’s soccer coach Ralph Lundy is finally hanging up his whistle.
President Andrew T. Hsu's inauguration in October 2019 was an historic moment for the College.
The research of history professor Adam Domby helped bring down a Confederate statue and is the basis of a new book on the South’s “Lost Cause” narrative.
Setting a study-abroad milestone this past summer, CofC's campus in Trujillo, Spain, is an idyllic place for students to become steeped in the Spanish culture.