Fall is here! Everyone has pulled out sweaters and jackets amid a busy week at the College of Charleston.
In 2004, the College of Charleston Center for Creative Retirement established a scholarship for college-age students studying gerontology. Meet this year's recipient, sociology major Kylie Vorhis.
Biology professor Heather Fullerton studies sea life that surrounds hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the ocean. She'll discuss her research at a South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Marine Open House event on Saturday, Oct. 19.
From a visit by a presidential candidate to a look at a new art class on blacksmithing, it's been a busy week at the College.
From a celebration for National Custodial Day to a talk with artist Colin Quashie at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art to the Career and Internship Fair, there's plenty happening on campus these days.
CofC faculty will be among the academics and historians attending the Association for the Study of African-American Life and History (ASALH) 104th Annual Meeting and Conference taking place Oct. 2-6, 2019.
With an examination of banned books, an excursion by the Climbing Club, and the first farmers market of the school year, the fall semester is well under way at CofC.
In recognition of Banned Books Week, the College is hosting a panel discussion titled "Banned Books that Shape(d) the World" on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 6:30 p.m. in the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.
The College of Charleston will now give applicants the option of applying to the College through the Common App, an online application program used by over 900 colleges in the United States for undergraduate admissions.
From the 2019 Charleston Pride Parade to a visit from two presidential candidates to Trivia Night at City Bistro and more, there's a lot happening at CofC these days.