Arts management alumnus Cody Dixon '17 wants to empower the next generation of music producers through his nonprofit S.O.U.L Power Productions.
As the vice president of SE10, a global public relations firm, Damian Joseph '05 relies on the skills he learned as a history major at the College: making human connections through words and images that tell a story.
In one of the largest donations ever to the College, Dr. Gary Thomas ’83 bequeathed his waterfront home in Hilton Head to his alma mater in an estate planning gift on CofC Day.
Arts management alumnus and local musician John Shields '12 is hosting a fundraising concert on Facebook with his duo Little Stranger to benefit the Charleston area nonprofit S.O.U.L. Power Productions, founded by Cody Dixon '17.
Alumna Dr. Ebony Jade Hilton ’04, an advocate for communities of color, has co-written a children's book about COVID-19 that provides support for families on how to stay safe and healthy.
Three College of Charleston graduates have received Fulbright awards to support their projects studying and teaching abroad.
As a disaster risk reduction specialist with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, alumna Marina Drazba knows how to empower people to be ready for a catastrophe.
As the CEO of the American Society for Clinical Pathology, Blair Holladay '84 is playing a key role in helping to combat the coronavirus.
Associated with the College of Charleston for 70 years in one way or another, Tony Meyer '49 is now officially linked with CofC in perpetuity.
Be magnanimous: That’s what Tony Meyer ’49 always told members of CofC's Student Alumni Associates. And indeed, Meyer, who dedicated more than seven decades of his life to the College, certainly did.