The College has made connecting to Italian family members easier for adjunct faculty members Brittany Lavelle Tulla (architectural history) and her mother Bea Lavelle (exercise science).
Check out these outtakes from the winter 2020 issue of College of Charleston Magazine.
To become an Air Force C-17 pilot, equestrian team member Samantha Bledsoe ’19 built up flight hours by flying rescued dogs to new homes.
The College of Charleston Student Veterans Organization is commemorating Veterans Day with a campus event, including a speech by U.S. Congressman Joe Cunningham, planned for Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019.
Women's soccer star Laura Ortega '18 reigns supreme on the soccer field.
Health and Human Performance professor Wes Dudgeon says getting fit in the new year is an achievable resolution if you start slow.
Exercise Science professor William Barfield may be leaving his full-time post at the College, but thanks to a new scholarship in his honor his legacy will continue for years to come.
Exercise science major Richard Saad says the lessons he’s learned in the classroom helped him start a business focused on healthy eating.
From the forests of Taiwan to college athletics in Texas to corporate boardrooms in Germany, College of Charleston students are pursuing amazing internships this summer.
Exercise science major Lauren Harrison competed on American Ninja Warrior after waiting and training for three years. The episode airs Wednesday, June 8, 2016, at 8 p.m. on NBC.