Two sailors – Ali Blumenthal and Jake Reynolds – were named All-Americans, and three sailors were named Honorable Mention All-Americans.
Six College of Charleston alumni and four professors are considered some of the most forward-thinking people making a positive impact on the future of Charleston.
Thai Phi graduated from the College's MBA program in 2012. His Pink Bellies Vietnamese Kitchen is parked near campus at Calhoun and St. Philip streets.
Three alumni have turned a business class project into a new taxi service that transports passengers on Folly Beach in solar-powered golf carts.
Hearst is part of the folk duo Shovels and Rope, winners of two 2013 Americana Music Awards, including song of the year over The Lumineers' omnipresent hit "Ho Hey." The Spoleto Festival finale is Sunday, June 8.
Hours of coordination, planning, and collaboration paid off when 94.67 percent of the total waste weight generated by A Charleston Affair was diverted from the landfill, making it the largest zero waste event in the College's history.
Jessica Colie McClellan '10 researched, wrote, crowd-funded, and performs in her own play. They Call Me Arethusa is presented as part of Piccolo Spoleto.
Former students of longtime chemistry professor Frank Kinard, who passed away last summer, have established a scholarship to honor his legacy of teaching.
After receiving a degree in arts management at the College's 2014 spring commencement, musician Tyler Boone is celebrating with the release of a new CD featuring Hootie's Mark Bryan.
College of Charleston alumni and guests are invited to Alumni Night at Joe Riley Ballpark on May 16, 2014.