This academic year's selection for The College Reads! is "The Big Thirst: The Secret Life and Turbulent Future of Water" by Charles Fishman.
Brad Burns '03 is the technical lead monitoring the 2016 Summer Olympics for security – and his view of Rio is pretty impressive.
Gifts and pledges made to the School of Business from July 1, 2015, through June 30, 2016, totaled more than $2.8 million.
The BOUNDLESS Campaign – which started in October 2009 and culminated on June 30, 2016 – has surpassed its goal of raising $125 million.
The new Martin Scholars Program was created to inspire future generations of leaders and mentors among outstanding communication students at the College of Charleston.
The College's BOUNDLESS Campaign has come to a close, but its impact keeps on going. The $125 million fundraising initiative began in October 2009 and culminated at midnight on June 30, 2016.
Trish Hutchison ’88, a campus physician for the College of Charleston's Student Health Services and cofounder of the Girlology and Guyology sex-ed programs, is a pro at giving "the talk" – so much so that she's going global to promote sex education in languages she doesn't even speak.
Tragedy Inspires Giving: Developer Endows College Scholarship Honoring Victims of Emanuel A.M.E. Tragedy
To honor the victims of last year's tragedy at Emanuel A.M.E. Church, Charleston developer Michael Bennett established the "Mother" Emanuel A.M.E. Endowed Scholarship for minority students from the Charleston peninsula to attend the College of Charleston. The scholarship will be awarded for the first time this fall.
"The True American: Murder and Mercy in Texas," by Anand Giridharadas, is the 2016–17 book selection for The College Reads! – the College's campuswide common reading program.
As an admissions counselor at the College, Kenyatta Grimmage shares his personal experiences of a tough childhood to relate to minority students who might have to overcome similar obstacles.