Right on campus at the College of Charleston, archaeology faculty and students recently conducted a dig to investigate a historic site.
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).
Thanks to some online sleuthing, the Library’s Harlan Greene and historic preservation’s Grant Gilmore uncovered a drawing depicting the College’s first schoolhouse.
The Campus Preservation Fund, part of the College of Charleston's Drive for the 250th fundraising campaign, seeks to raise $1.3 million to preserve and maintain CofC's historic structures.
After sitting idle for 40 years in a backyard, the VW bus belonging to an early civil rights pioneer is recovered thanks to efforts by the College.
In honor of Black History Month, several College of Charleston departments, clubs, organizations and offices are sponsoring events both on and off campus.
The College’s Historic Preservation and Community Planning Program recently assessed a Jim Crow era schoolhouse in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
Martha Zierden, curator of historical archaeology at The Charleston Museum and an early supporter of the College's anthropology program, is the recipient of the College’s 2018 Albert Simons Medal of Excellence.
Students from the Historic Preservation and Community Planning program researched the complete history of a classic 1920 Anderson Six Convertible Roadster for inclusion on the National Historic Vehicle Register.
Prints of Ralph Muldrow's watercolors will be sold to benefit African-American heritage preservation and advocacy in Charleston.