The hiring process at the U.N. took a year and included a placement exam, but for Kome Oboh '06 it was well worth the wait.
The new Martin Scholars Program was created to inspire future generations of leaders and mentors among outstanding communication students at the College of Charleston.
Beth Sundstrom and Andrea DeMaria, co-directors of the Women's Health Research Team, are featured in a Science for the People podcast and as Charlie Magazine's 50 Most Progressive for 2016.
As scheduler to First Lady Michelle Obama, alumnus Hugh McDermott '11 works in the White House and has visited the Middle East, Cuba and other locations around the world in support of her initiatives.
The College's partnership with Nottingham Forest in the Community is meant to improve the lives of young Latinos in North Charleston through soccer.
Six faculty members were recently honored with distinguished awards during the College's Celebration of Faculty. Additionally, more than 100 professors were recognized for their achievements and contributions to the College.
College of Charleston senior and Honors College student Becca Starkes shares some helpful tips from a recent networking trip to Washington, D.C. and New York City.
The Martin Scholars mentoring program is accepting applications from rising College seniors who are majoring in communication.
From New York City to Spain and Dubai, there are few places College of Charleston students won't be this Spring Break from March 6 -13.
For our first venture into Snapchat, we asked one of our students to take over the channel for a day. See the College through her eyes.