Get to know the Class of 2022 with these fun facts and figures.
As students return to campus this month, they will discover some exciting new changes and additions.
Here are some tips to help students who are moving off campus for the first time.
In October, Campus Recreation will roll into another season of the very popular faculty and staff bowling leagues.
Bob Story has announced his retirement after 37 years serving as equestrian head coach.
Cassandra Runyon hopes to help blind and visually impaired students learn more about a major solar eclipse that will occur late this summer.
The College of Charleston was recognized recently by the U.S. State Department as a top producer of Fulbright Students.
Before it was the Avery Research Center, the building on Bull Street was one of the most important schools and gathering places for black Charlestonians.
Computer science professor Brent Munsell co-authored a paper in the international scientific journal Nature that highlights a new method for predicting whether a child is at risk of developing autism.
If it's mid-February in Charleston, it must be Darwin Week at the College of Charleston.
She’ll never go hungry. Not so long as she can
It’s that small moment between dawn and day, dusk and
There is something magical about water. Whether ocean, river or
Although I’m writing about a charming garden that sits outside
In some fashion or another, Ben Hollingsworth ’04 has always