Have you seen the summer 2021 issue of 'College of Charleston Magazine'? In case you missed it, here are a few of the photos that didn’t make it to print.
College of Charleston alumna Neysa N. Williams '95 created a fund to support the College's Black Student Union and ensure minority students feel empowered.
The summer 2021 issue of College of Charleston Magazine is hitting mailboxes now.
As the first Black graduate of the College 50 years ago, Eddie Ganaway ’71 was a trailblazer in a white blazer.
With dozens of students, faculty and alumni on its employee and volunteer roster over its 30 years, the Avian Conservation Center in Awendaw, South Carolina, is as much a Cougar refuge as it is a sanctuary for birds of prey.
Driven by a desire to make the world a better place, Oliver Fetzer '85 is using his biotechnology and business expertise to help drastically reduce carbon emissions.
Growing up in a gang-infested part of Los Angeles, Jermaine Johnson '09 just wanted to live long enough to turn 18, but he's doing a lot more than just surviving these days as a South Carolina state representative.
Keeping his promise to the late David Maybank Jr., who not only paid for his education but mentored him, Otis Robinson ’90 is paying it forward.
Donnetta Lavinia Grays ’99 received a 2021 Whiting Award for drama writing; Baker Manning ’09 has published a pair of digital guides to getting a job in the yachting industry; Katie Morgan Lyon ’14, Wes Lyon ’13 (MBA) and Max Berry ’13 (MBA) started Allegiance Flag Supply and more.
As a special agent for the IRS, Lisa Brantley ’85 spent her career investigating the power of greed and deception that turns ordinary Americans into criminals.