These CofC students made big strides in the area of social justice with small grants from the College's Race and Social Justice Initiative.
In this week's installment: a look at the recent Democratic debates, a sustainable foods program starts at the College, beating the summer heat and much more.
Chemistry professor Kate Mullaugh explains how fireworks get their brilliant colors – and how chemistry brightens our skies every Fourth of July.
Students interested in studying abroad recently got a taste of different cultures at the 9th Study Abroad Exchange Expo.
Two M.F.A. candidates spent the spring semester mentoring undergraduates at the University of Bahrain, creating a cross-cultural community of creative writers.
Under the direction of Bernard Powers, professor emeritus of history, the new center will examine the impact of slavery and race-related issues in Charleston, the surrounding region, and the College.
Patrick Melton '06 gets paid to sing in front of huge international audiences - but maybe not the audiences you'd think. See how he used his music degree to start a career with the Navy!
The digital talents of alum Emory Parker '10 helped The Charleston Post and Courier newspaper win a Pulitzer Prize.
Ashley Fabian '13 earned a vocal performance degree and an artist certificate at the College. Now she's off to graduate school in Cincinnati for music.