Have you seen the summer 2021 issue of 'College of Charleston Magazine'? In case you missed it, here are a few of the photos that didn’t make it to print.
The summer 2021 issue of College of Charleston Magazine is hitting mailboxes now.
While the liberal arts are at the heart of the College, the pandemic has necessitated the need to redefine the curriculum for the 21st century and beyond.
As the first Black graduate of the College 50 years ago, Eddie Ganaway ’71 was a trailblazer in a white blazer.
Students come to the College to be tested, but this past school year took that to a whole new level with the pandemic.
Despite a fire that destroyed most of its first collection of books in 1778 and moving four times, the College Libraries have survived and, once again, are transforming to best serve students and faculty.
As the arts world awakens, the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art’s new director, Katie Hirsch, wants to push the boundaries of what the institute can do while growing its national reputation.
Take it from John Morris, vice president of Facilities Management: It takes a dedicated team to keep up the College's 90 historic homes and buildings.
While the pandemic is not something any of us ever want to go through again, it has led to some positive pivots in the classroom that are here to stay.
Not one to sit idly by, psychology Professor Jen Wright is ‘doing what’s called for’ to help stop global warming by co-chairing a local climate group.