In this week's installment: a look at the job market for recent grads, a new exhibit opens at the Halsey, President Hsu officially starts his first day at CofC and more.
Look back at the fun of Spring Alumni Weekend 2019, and look forward to Fall Alumni Weekend, Nov. 22–24, 2019.
"Cry Joy Park — Gardens of Light and Dark," the new exhibit at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, aims to unravel the historical and social juxtapositions of Charleston.
Political science major Thomasena Thomas is spending her summer in Washington, D.C. as an intern with the national early education organization Jumpstart.
Artisan Global is a new nonprofit founded by two CofC alumni that seeks to help African artisans establish themselves in the global market.
Katie Levi's donation of her husband's beloved copy of 'Birds of America' continues a legacy of giving to the College.
She didn’t think they’d go for it. The concept was
Forgive Jessica Farrell ’08 if her work makes her hungry.
Eight-year-old Laura Funk Zucker ’06 (M.A.T.) turned around to see