The Office of Institutional Diversity is spearheading a new documentary titled "If These Walls Could Talk" that explores how enslaved Africans contrib..
Ninety years ago today, the College of Charleston's Sottile Theatre opened on King Street as the Gloria Theatre. ..
Like any storied ceremony, the College of Charleston's Spring Commencement is steeped in tradition and history. ..
A look back at the Women's and Gender Studies Program, which grew from a single class 33 years ago to one of the College's more popular areas of study..
Built in 1890 by wealthy merchant Sam Wilson, the Sottile house is billed as one of the finest examples of Victorian architecture in Charleston...
Although the idea of admitting women students at the College of Charleston had been brought up as early as 1894, it wasn’t until 1918 that the first..
College of Charleston alumna Kaitlin McWhorter '14 is living out her personal motto "life is all about the adventure" as she opens an orphanage on the..
Owilender K. Grant and Eugene Hunt opened the doors for diversity among the faculty as the College's first black professors...
Before it was the Avery Research Center, the building on Bull Street was one of the most important schools and gathering places for black Charlestonia..
The Avery Research Center's collections of historical artifacts, including Charleston free badges and slave badges, tell a fascinating story of the Af..