Three College of Charleston graduates have received Fulbright awards to support their projects studying and teaching abroad.
After seeing a close friend struggle with mental illness, psychology graduate Megan Henrich found her calling helping children and students overcome emotional challenges.
The College's Counseling Center is prepared to support students who may be feeling anxious during the coronavirus pandemic.
The College of Charleston is hosting its third annual Peace Initiative Week, March 2–6, 2020. The events are free and open to the public.
Margaret Humphreys, former director of the N.E. Miles Early Childhood Development Center, has given financial support to officiate the Pathways to Peace.
Has the obsession with social media and selfies made young adults more narcissistic? One student was determined to find out.
Thanksgiving is a time to consider all the good things and accomplishments in your life and to reflect on how grateful you really are.
July may be National Anti-Boredom month, but psychology professor Rhonda Swickert believes it is a good thing to be bored.
Inspired by 9/11 to tell uplifting stories, PBS host Rob Stewart '94 mines the state of California for golden stories.
Natalie Byrom ’13 is a true fighter – whether she’s flying an Apache helicopter or navigating corporate sales.