Many writers, like fads in fashion, enjoy extraordinary popularity and then pass out of vogue. One graduate student is fighting that trend and is tryi..
The College of Charleston’s sailing team captured its fourth coed national championship this May during three days of racing in St. Petersburg, Fla...
We asked one of our new faculty members in political science to tell us why he left the world of aid work to enter the hallowed halls of academia. His..
The mailroom is a place of legend. It’s the starting block for many careers, especially in the fast-paced corporate world. But for one alumna, like ..
Caitlin stone discovered the remnants of a soup bowl that measured 16 inches wide. sarah elgradawy pulled a skull out of a tomb built somewhere aroun..
In 40 years of teaching at the College, Douglas ashley left a legacy impossible to forget. The much-loved music professor retired this past spring af..
When you have a thirst for education, there’s nothing like the real thing – just ask the five freshmen in the Coca-Cola First Generation Scholars ..
Tell Mickey Barber ’82 to act her age, and she’ll tell you that’s exactly what she’s doing. Sure, she might be the oldest competitor in the 2..
You couldn’t go into Charleston’s Market in the 1990s without seeing Sebastian “Bash” Gomez ’96 tossing colorful, feathered batons and balls..
Alexandra lawrence ’98 is the very definition of a Renaissance woman. So it’s fitting that the writer, teacher, professional guide, wife and moth..