Eli Saslow's 'Rising Out of Hatred' has been chosen as the 2019 book for the College's campus-wide common reading program, The College Reads!
David Parisi, associate professor of emerging media, focuses his research on touch technology, a field known as haptic media studies.
Now in its second year, the Department of Health and Human Performance 10K Training course trains students specifically for the Cooper River Bridge Run.
The College is the only master’s-level school in the United States to be included as a top producer of both Fulbright scholars and Fulbright students.
The Honors College this fall launched both a new curriculum and some new mentoring cohorts, all of which aim to enhance the student experience.
Research by physics and astronomy professor Chris Fragile may help scientists discover more about intermediate mass black holes.
Ten professors offer advice to help new College of Charleston students better navigate the challenges and opportunities of college life.
As President Glenn F. McConnell ’69’s retirement date nears, he has begun addressing student and faculty groups for the final time.
A group of budding scientists got to experience the latest advances in chemistry from some of the brightest minds in the field during a recent meeting of the American Chemical Society.
This is the 14th year in a row that the College of Charleston has been honored by the Princeton Review.