In this week's installment: Former College of Charleston baseball player Oliver Marmol has been named the new manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, hospitality and tourism professor Daniel Guttentag talks to WCBD-TV about airline service and more.
CofC students are reminded to have a safe and healthy Halloween and to think first about costume choices and party themes that could be insensitive to someone’s race, culture, gender or sexual identity.
From archaeological discoveries and energy initiatives to helping solve public safety issues to reaching the top of the pyramid in collegiate cheerleading, the Cougar family has a lot to be proud of.
As part of “The College Reads!” program, the College of Charleston will present a virtual evening with Hope Jahren, author of 'The Story of More: How We got to Climate Change & Where to go from Here,' on Monday, Oct. 25.
Check out what's available around the College of Charleston campus for a quick bite in between classes or spots to take friends and family when they come for a visit.
In this week's installment: WCIV reports that CofC paid tribute to enslaved and Indigenous people at the unveiling of a new solar pavilion, history Professor Scott Poole writes an op-ed in the Connecticut Post concerning Halloween and more.
The Hispanic Latino Club offers Hispanic and Latino students a place to belong and celebrate their cultures and traditions, and a platform to share their heritage with the larger community.
In this week's installment: The Hawaii Tribune Herald reports that College of Charleston researchers have discovered an invasive alga off the coast of Hawaii, The Post and Courier reports on the return of CofC’s International Piano Series and more.
With the official launch of MyPortal, a new, easy-to-use mobile and web-based app, students will be able to do business with the College of Charleston with ease from their computer or mobile device.
Mental wellbeing is important every day, not just on World Mental Health Day, which was observed on Oct. 10. Check out these tips and resources that CofC students can use any day of the year.