Sociology and English double major Carolina Grace Bowen stays plenty busy outside of the classroom with her food truck Area 51 Foods.
A number of professors are taking innovative steps to augment the education their students receive by flipping the conventional classroom setting on its head.
Professor Joe Kelly's new book takes a closer look at how the settlers of Jamestown survived a life marooned in the Virginia wilderness and shaped American values.
With this November marking the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ White Album, CofC students taking a Beatles music course reflect on the band's continued relevancy to the current generation.
A speech given by an alumnus in 1951 advocating for desegregation at the College has inspired a current student to launch a new oratorical competition.
Sherlock Holmes is the most portrayed literary human character on screen, which delights Elizabeth "Betsy" Bramlett Backer '81.
Summer at the College of Charleston may seem slow, but there's plenty of intellectual activity going on and some unique courses available as well.
The College of Charleston will host the regional finals of the South Carolina Poetry Out Loud Competition this Saturday, Jan. 21, 2018.
YALLFest, which takes place on Nov. 10 & 11, is an opportunity for CofC students to make connections and network with authors and publishers.
Michael Owens, adjunct professor of English, has written a new book about WWII Army veteran Rollins Edwards and the chemical testing he was subjected to as a young soldier.