It’s an increasingly divisive time to work in the news media. These CofC grads are on the front line of a fast-changing industry.
Fittingly, the support of the Albert Sottile Foundation is helping to refurbish the classical murals inside the Sottile Theatre.
A lifelong Jeopardy! fan, this alumna credits her education at the College for helping her become a champion on the show in 2014.
Over the course of six days and lots of espresso in Florence, Italy, this art history professor studied the massive archives of the famed Medici family.
After almost dying on the battlefield in Afghanistan, student-veteran Matthew McElhinney feels like he’s landed in paradise as he attends CofC on the GI Bill.
Only the fifth player with at least 1,500 points and 800 rebounds, Jarrell Brantley '19 is now the third Cougar to be drafted by the NBA.
Director of Sailing Kevin Jewett and surf instructor Kai Dilling '93 not only share a love of the water but a family connection, as well.
Equestrian team coach Natasha McCarthy has a lot of horse sense when it comes to putting together the best riding team possible.
Thanks to a new director, the CofC pep band, Chuctown Sound, has a whole new look and sound.
A viral hit propeled rising sophomore Eva Leach to a musical career and arts management major.