If you are in need of a nice distracting read, here are some recommendations from book-loving faculty and staff at the College of Charleston.
President Andrew T. Hsu, in a series of virtual town hall meetings this week, addressed concerns and questions from staff, faculty, students, and parents and families regarding the College's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
In an effort to keep the Cougar community fit and healthy during the period of e-learning, Campus Recreation Services is livestreaming its group fitness classes online.
The College's Counseling Center is prepared to support students who may be feeling anxious during the coronavirus pandemic.
Students 4 Support, a peer-to-peer counseling resource at the College of Charleston, will continue to be available via text during the institution's e-learning period.
With an increased focus in recent years on digital services, the College of Charleston Libraries is ready to serve students and faculty during the e-learning period.
College of Charleston English professor Joe Kelly, who is an expert in modern Irish literature, says Saint Patrick's Day is about more than having a parade and wearing green – it's a cultural touchstone for many Americans of Irish ancestry.
Born out of cooperation between the Honors College and the School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs, the International Scholars program exposes students to a world of learning opportunities.
A new exhibit through the Lowcountry Digital History Initiative explores the complex history of Stono Preserve, a nearly 1,000-acre property owned by the College of Charleston.
Alumnus Ryan Eleuteri is giving back to his alma mater through a promotion between his brand, Charleston Bloody Mary Mix, and Charleston-area Harris Teeter grocery stores.
As a data analyst at the American Medical Association, Alanna Berdanier '13 is bridging the gap between health data and the people who use it.
Clay Ross '98, Quentin Baxter '98 and Kevin Hamilton '95 won a Grammy Award on Sunday with their band Ranky Tanky.