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.
From soccer games to a visit from a presidential candidate to returning after evacuating for Hurricane Dorian, the last few weeks at the College of Charleston have been eventful.
Since the fall 2019 semester began last week, the campus has been teeming with activities!
The school year has begun and it's been a busy week at the College of Charleston from First Night to Convocation to Maroon Mayhem to the first day of classes!
Come get in the holiday spirit by witnessing the best light show in Charleston in beautiful Cistern Yard.
The public is invited to the College's Cistern Yard for a special musical light show called Cougar Night Lights beginning Dec. 14, 2017.
Three new live oak trees were recently planted in the College's iconic Cistern Yard.
Students will be treated to a dazzling musical light show in Cistern Yard beginning Dec. 4. The public is invited beginning Dec. 14
CofC alumna Katie Kozar Thompson ’09 has created a stunning collection of gifts using wood salvaged from a giant oak tree that fell in Cistern Yard in July 2016. Proceeds from the Cistern Oak Collection will benefit Alumni Association scholarships and programs.
President Obama visited the College of Charleston two times during his eight years in office. The visits could not have been more different.