Alumnus J. Casey Martin started over in his career, crediting his flexibility in the job market to skills he learned at CofC.
Jasmine Utsey '08 enhances the visitor experience as the program specialist and business liaison at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
In 2004, the College of Charleston Center for Creative Retirement established a scholarship for college-age students studying gerontology. Meet this year's recipient, sociology major Kylie Vorhis.
Check out these candid moments from photoshoots for the summer 2019 issue of the College of Charleston magazine.
The head of information security at Netflix, Jason Chan '97 is a major player in the epicenter of the tech world.
In recognition of National Selfie Day, College of Charleston anthropology professor Hector Qirko explains the cultural significance of the selfie.
Rebekah Edmondson, who survived four deployments in Afghanistan and sustained injuries from a bomb blast, remains committed to bettering the lives of Afghan women.
Jason Chan '97 parlayed a curiosity about computers into a career at Netflix, but he attributes his success to his liberal arts education at CofC.
Anthropology professors Ade Ofunniyin and Joanna Gilmore have led research for the Gullah Society regarding the remains of 36 enslaved Africans found at the Gaillard Performing Arts Center.
Laptop stickers are a growing trend among college students, including those at the College of Charleston.