This past year, the College formally established the Collegiate Recovery program to support students in recovery from addictive behaviors.
By embedding students with a host family in a neighborhood for 10 weeks, the College’s study-abroad program ensures that students not only experience the real Cuba, but come away forever changed.
When Tabetha “Tabby” Boyajian looks at the sky, she always knows what she’s looking at. Until she found the mysterious globe now known as "Tabby's Star."
Dinosaurs are the stuff of prehistoric legend, beasts from a long bygone era. But for one professor of geology, the study of the Jurassic giants is the jumping point from which to celebrate the beauty of the natural world.
Astrophysics major Wendell Roberson has immersed himself in the world of astronomy, even studying the formation of planets outside our solar system.
Laura Westby Cannon '09 is one of 12 writers in the College’s new M.F.A. program in creative writing, which held its first classes in the fall of 2016.
The new Rutledge Rivers residence hall is one of the country's first student residences to follow the tiny living model, with a focus on efficiency.
A partnership between the College of Charleston and a local Mercedes-Benz Vans assembly plant has created an employment pipeline for students.
Entrepreneurship professor David Hansen is leading students down a path toward sustainable business practices with his course on ecopreneurship.
Classics professor Allison Sterrett-Krause is one of just a handful of academics in the United States that study ancient glass fragments.