An astronomy and physics professor takes a look at the accuracy of the astrophysics in the latest Brad Pitt film Ad Astra.
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.
A new book by two political science professors takes a comprehensive look at the state's pivotal role as the first Southern state in the presidential primary.
In this week's installment: a look at South Carolina politics, a preview of Fall Alumni Weekend, students talk about Fortnite and much more.
The College of Charleston is celebrating National Transfer Student Week (Oct. 21-25, 2019) with a series of events.
Fall is here! Everyone has pulled out sweaters and jackets amid a busy week at the College of Charleston.
Lauren Furey '19 has turned a love of cooking into a well done career.
The School of Education, Health, and Human Performance and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences have new acting deans following leadership changes in the College's administration.
Over two dozen students at the College of Charleston have received funding to conduct research this summer on a broad range of topics.
Wanting to simplify the search for childcare, Katie Tumbleston '08 (M.P.A. '13) developed the NannyPod app to connect parents with local, reliable sitters.
Artist and middle school teacher Devin DeWulf ’07 is using his art to raise money and awareness for those affected by the flooding in central and southwest Louisiana.
Kinsey Gidick '06, who majored in communication at the College, was recently promoted to editor-in-chief of Charleston City Paper.