The College of Charleston on Thursday officially kicked off a yearlong celebration of the 250th anniversary of the institution's founding.
Here are 10 snippets of history from the College of Charleston's 250 years of existence.
The Staff Advisory Committee to the President will host the Spring Staff Drop-in on Friday, Feb. 7, 2020 in the School of Education, Health, and Human Performance Alumni Center.
Established in 1970, the Founders' Medal recognizes people and organizations who have demonstrated distinction in their fields or communities.
CofC President Andrew T. Hsu will speak at a panel discussion at Emanuel AME Church titled "Churches, Race and Violence" on Friday, Jan. 31, 2020.
In this week's installment: a prolife of President Hsu, a look at Charleston's carbon footprint, a preview of CofC's Trailblazer event and much more.
A day of giving aimed at generating excitement and support for the institution's future, CofC Day provides members of the College community with the opportunity to give back.
Check out these outtakes from the winter 2020 issue of College of Charleston Magazine.
Hospitality and Tourism Management Professor John Crotts' newly released wine business book, 'Wine Sales and Distribution,' recently earned the top spot in its category in the Gourmand International Cookbook Awards.
Despite the College's southern locale, students who love playing hockey can continue hitting the puck as members of CofC's club hockey team.
Antron Mahoney, visiting assistant professor of African American studies at CofC, shines a light on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
The recipient of two theatre scholarships, K’yundra Martin is inspired to give back to the campus community.
Has the obsession with social media and selfies made young adults more narcissistic? One student was determined to find out.
The research of history professor Adam Domby helped bring down a Confederate statue and is the basis of a new book on the South’s “Lost Cause” narrative.
Setting a study-abroad milestone this past summer, CofC's campus in Trujillo, Spain, is an idyllic place for students to become steeped in the Spanish culture.
To become an Air Force C-17 pilot, equestrian team member Samantha Bledsoe ’19 built up flight hours by flying rescued dogs to new homes.
The Freeman Alumni Scholarship honors College of Charleston alumnus and former biology professor the late Harry W. Freeman '43.
Where in the world did CofC alumni Prentice “Tripp” Brower III ’12 and Zach Bjur ’12 spend the holidays?
Only three weeks into business in downtown Summerville, South Carolina, Danetra Richardson ’12 has the Lowcountry hooked on macarons, brownies and Nutella-stuffed cookies from her shop Swank Desserts.
Cappy Yarbrough '18 has found her future in pursing a master's degree in history through the Graduate School of the University of Charleston, S.C.