As part of the Community Orienting Policing Program, the College of Charleston Department of Public Safety is hosting several town hall meetings for the campus community.
A panel of educators hosted by the College of Charleston’s Educator Preparation Program hopes to find solutions to some of the problems plaguing public education in South Carolina.
Anthropology professors Ade Ofunniyin and Joanna Gilmore have led research for the Gullah Society regarding the remains of 36 enslaved Africans found at the Gaillard Performing Arts Center.
The Jewish Historical Society of South Carolina and the College of Charleston present a conference titled "Memory, Monuments, and Memorials."
The Nia Rite of Passage ceremony for African-American students will be especially meaningful this year amid the 50th anniversary of the College’s integration.
Seven teams will compete in the ImpactX pitch competition on April 23, 2018, in the hopes of capturing a portion of the $10,000 seed money.
College alumnus and Republican consultant Chris Jankowski appears on MSNBC"s Rachel Maddow show.
Phillip Hall ’09 gets paid to be on vacation. He spends his days surfing in Costa Rica, traveling the country and capturing it all in photos and video.
Academic presentations and a "meet and greet" highlight events on February 25, 2015.