Nearly 20 years after stepping down as president of the College of Charleston, Alex Sanders is officially leaving the institution after teaching his Law and Society course for the final time last fall.
The College of Charleston will host two post-election programs focusing on the 2020 presidential vote and the impact of the race. The virtual events will be held on Nov. 10 and Nov. 11.
The first-year seminar "Presidential Politics. Made. Here." explores how Charleston has influenced presidential politics and presidential elections, both past and present.
College of Charleston political science professor Jordan Ragusa answers 10 little-known, but often asked, election-related questions.
Kendra Stewart, director of the Joseph P. Riley Jr. Center for Livable Communities, has been elected president of the American Society of Public Administration (ASPA).
Political science and Honors College graduate Zainab Dossaji is hoping to help change the political landscape of the country with a career in Washington, D.C.
The College's Bully Pulpit Series has turned into the Lowcountry’s front seat to American politics. Over the last eight months, the series hosted 12 Democratic presidential candidates.
More than 40 CofC students worked as runners with CBS and CNN ahead of the debate and town halls last week.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will meet with faculty, staff, students and the community as part of the College of Charleston’s Bully Pulpit Series on Feb. 24, 2020.
South Carolina Congressman Joe Cunningham will discuss infrastructure, national security and fiscal responsibility during an event hosted by the College.