The College of Charleston Board of Trustees will hold a series of meetings on April 11-12, 2019.
Activities at the College over the past week have ranged from a visual arts competition to a talk from a former ambassador to a celebration of feminism and scholarship.
Food historian Marcie Cohen Ferris and James Beard Award–winning chef and author Michael Twitty will discuss how food can illuminate our understanding of the South during an event on Tuesday, April 9, 2019.
In a few short weeks, the Class of 2019 will be crossing the stage in Cistern Yard as the newest College of Charleston alumni. And then it will be time to find a job. Here are some tips to make that happen.
Several streets on and near the College of Charleston campus will be closed for the 42nd annual Cooper River Bridge Run this weekend April 5-6, 2019.
Inspired by their love of the TV show 'Bar Rescue,' professors Doug Walker and Peter Calcagno have produced the first comprehensive examination of reality TV business-intervention shows.
International business major Jack Dalessio is spending his summer working as a judicial intern in California.
The National Geographic Society has named Adeyemi Oduwole a National Geographic Explorer and awarded him a prestigious grant to support his summer research.
The School of the Arts is helping students orchestrate the new business model of the music industry to stardom with its arts management program.
Computer science professor Brent Munsell decided to take action after his young daughter was diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder.
Adjunct geology professor Anton Dumars '99 provides educational boat tours of the Lowcountry waterways to groups of all sizes, ages and interests.
Graham Ervin '05 adopted a healthy lifestyle after she took up bodybuilding. And with coaching from a fellow alumna and bodybuilding pro, she recently took first place in a bodybuilding competition.
Alum and campus gardener Lexa Keane '14 not only grows beautiful plants at the College, but makes sure they break down in a sustainable manner, too.
James Hodge '89, a professor of public health law and ethics at Arizona State University, will discuss gun control at a public lecture at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7, 2015.
From alumni winning 100-mile trail races or getting captured in the Battle of the Bulge to the people working behind the scenes to make the College run, the people featured in the summer issue are all worth celebrating.