See which alumni made The Charleston Regional Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 list, which highlights people whose commitment to their professions and communities is helping the Charleston region to thrive.
In this week's installment: a review of Hector Qirko's new CD; a preview of an upcoming series on race; and a look at how a new gift will help advance research at Dixie Plantation.
In addition to being ranked among the best regional universities, the College was recognized by U.S. News for its commitment to undergraduate teaching and support of veteran students.
The featured event on Sept. 15, 2015, will include survivors of the 1963 Birmingham Church Bombing as well as a member of Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C.
In this week's installment: A pop-up concert by Darius Rucker brings excitement to campus; a look at the latest Halsey exhibit; an economist talks about the wild week on Wall Street.
Founded in 2008, the initiative has hosted numerous events, including the BB&T Free Market Speaker Series, that have brought business leaders, academics and journalists to campus.
Employees from Google visit the College of Charleston campus August 27-29, 2015 to interact with students, faculty and staff.
College of Charleston graduate student Sarah Byce was recognized for her blog Journey to the Philippines.
Students from the School of Humanities and Social Sciences will be working and learning in many exciting and interesting internships this fall.
The Cougars begin regular-season play by hosting the Nike/Aaron Olitsky Memorial Soccer Classic on Aug. 28, 2015.