Blacksmithing is alive and well in the Department of Studio Art thanks to a new sculpture course, which has proven very popular with students in its first year.
After sitting idle for 40 years in a backyard, the VW bus belonging to an early civil rights pioneer is recovered thanks to efforts by the College.
Followed by close to 50,000 fans online, finance major Sofie Siegel takes them on a nightly romp through the magical world of Final Fantasy.
The College of Charleston will host Fall Alumni Weekend Nov. 22–24, 2019. The event will serve as the launch of the College's 250th anniversary celebration.
To celebrate National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Information Technology is hosting a discussion, "Cybersecurity: It’s Not As Scary As You Think," on Oct. 29, 2019.
In honor of College Application Month, two College of Charleston admissions counselors offer up seven ways prospective students can make sure they submit a strong application.
Board of Trustees Chair David Hay ’81 said increased investment in state higher education by the South Carolina General Assembly enabled the College to keep tuition at affordable levels.
The 2019 hurricane season is upon us, and it's time to prepare. Two CofC meteorology professors discuss what we can expect this season.
The College's Maymester course on Spoleto Festival USA pulls back the curtain on the world of the performing arts.
Since opening The Alley with some partners in November 2012, David Crowley '02 has transformed an old warehouse into a singular presence in the burgeoning Upper King Street area.
College of Charleston graduate and music DJ Jared Aaronson '16 is traveling to cancer centers around the U.S. to share his unique brand of audio therapy.
Combining his passion for yoga with the business education he received at the College, Griffin Peddicord '14 recently opened a new yoga studio in downtown Charleston.