Student Tanner Crunelle is the recipient of the Southeastern Women’s Studies Association Alison Piepmeier Outstanding Student Award, named for late CofC women's and gender studies professor Alison Piepmeier.
After a recent walk, alumnus Walter Cain '82 became concerned people weren't taking social distancing seriously. So he took action with the goal of helping us see what we need to do.
College of Charleston English professor Joe Kelly, who is an expert in modern Irish literature, says Saint Patrick's Day is about more than having a parade and wearing green – it's a cultural touchstone for many Americans of Irish ancestry.
In honor of Black History Month, several College of Charleston departments, clubs, organizations and offices are sponsoring events during the month of February.
Meet Gary Jackson, associate professor of English at the College of Charleston.
The Department of Art and Architectural History will host the symposium "Architectures of Slavery: Ruins & Reconstruction" Oct. 24-26, 2019. The symposium will analyze the long-enduring memories of slavery in architecture, urbanism and landscapes.
College of Charleston alumnus and novelist Jon Sealy '05 offers the next generation of writers a little advice on how to navigate the changing world of publishing.
With an examination of banned books, an excursion by the Climbing Club, and the first farmers market of the school year, the fall semester is well under way at CofC.
It’s an increasingly divisive time to work in the news media. These CofC grads are on the front line of a fast-changing industry.
A lifelong Jeopardy! fan, this alumna credits her education at the College for helping her become a champion on the show in 2014.