As the College of Charleston wraps up its 250th anniversary celebration, we dug around to uncover what's really beneath the most iconic landmark on campus.
In celebration of the College’s 250th anniversary, a new multimedia website and app give an honest and expansive accounting of the school’s long and complex history like never before.
Once a former casket factory on a block that was dedicated to burial services, Facilities Management's Calhoun Street headquarters has a long and haunting history.
The Goldberg family has been a part of the College for nearly 90 years. Now the Goldbergs have established a series of scholarships to keep that relationship alive for years to come.
Built in 1890 by wealthy merchant Sam Wilson, the Sottile house is billed as one of the finest examples of Victorian architecture in Charleston.
Former campus arborist and grounds director John Davis recently passed away, leaving behind a landscape that will enrich the lives of generations to come.
Take this April Fool's Day quiz to find out just how well you know the College – and how much it's been fooling you all these years!
The Sottile House tree lighting ceremony is one of the College's most treasured traditions. Learn how it all got started.
How much do you really know about the College of Charleston? Have you been fooled by campus myths? Take this quiz to find out!
After founding the College of Charleston in 1770, three of the College's founders went on to sign the Declaration of Independence in 1776.