From a visit by a Pulitzer Prize-winning author to the start of basketball season, things are busy these days at CofC!
The school year has begun and it's been a busy week at the College of Charleston from First Night to Convocation to Maroon Mayhem to the first day of classes!
The Francis J. Morrissey III Leadership School Endowment pays for CofC Sigma Alpha Epsilon members to attend their national fraternity’s leadership school.
Students at the College of Charleston helped their sororities and fraternities raise over $57,000 this fall to benefit two important charities.
Launched last fall, Lambda Theta Phi was brought to campus to create a place of belonging for multicultural students.
Several sorority sisters were recognized in Atlanta for their leadership and attention to women's issues.
The College's Interfraternity Council is hosting basketball games to raise money for the B+ Foundation and help fight children's cancer.
Professor Anne Gutshall was selected for an award from the Delta Gamma Foundation after being nominated by some of her former students, who are also members of the sorority. She will accept the award at the foundation's annual banquet in June.
For the second year in a row, College sororities are receiving national recognition.
Honors College student Brandon Phillips is the first recipient of the Franklin Barker West Memorial Scholarship, which was established in honor of the CofC student killed in a car accident in 2013.