With a nimble eye and determined patience, Zachary Turpin '07 (M.A.) managed to uncover two lost works from iconic American writer Walt Whitman.
Vic Howie '83 turned the U.S. National Whitewater Center into one of the country’s preeminent facilities for outdoor recreation and paddle sports.
Cougars Equestrian Team Captain Amber Dorn has taken hardship in stride after a riding accident in 2016 left her facing a difficult recovery.
In 1942, College of Charleston student Mary Croghan was selected, along with some of her female classmates, to serve in a topic secret capacity in World War II.
Shannon Hein '99 has partnered with libraries and archives around the country to create a free database of the largest slavery-related content in the world.
At its June 2017 meeting, the Alumni Association Board announced that it had established the Karen Burroughs Jones ’74 Alumni Scholarship.
The Career Center internship award program offers boot camp–style workshops on résumé development, professional job correspondence and interviewing skills.
In just over a year, Collegiate Curls has grown to become a vibrant community for minority and multicultural students.
When Chad Holbrook was a child, his big debut on the baseball field did not go well. He was 11 years old when he played his first season of Little League Baseball in Greenville, S.C. Before that, he had played basketball and football, but some friends convinced him to try baseball. “My first year as a
Softball player Taylor DuPree is a first team All-CAA third baseman who holds the College of Charleston record for most career stolen bases.