College of Charleston professor emeritus of history George Hopkins sheds some light on the importance of the new PBS series 'The Vietnam War.'
A College of Charleston history professor says the origins of Memorial Day can be traced back to an 1865 ceremony for fallen Union soldiers in Charleston.
Campus can get a little quieter following spring commencement. But Maymester courses offer students plenty of opportunities to keep learning into the summer.
As the College of Charleston prepares for this summer's total solar eclipse, we look back at the last eclipse to plunge Charleston into darkness.
A partnership between the College and the South Carolina Historical Society gives students rare access to letters from the Founding Fathers.
Alumni Ashley Brooks '14 and Annaliese Hughes '14 plan to open Pounce cat cafe in downtown Charleston.
As president of vineyard vines, Mike Gaumer '98 helped steer the popular lifestyle brand through the Great Recession and into a burgeoning retail business.
Artist and middle school teacher Devin DeWulf ’07 is using his art to raise money and awareness for those affected by the flooding in central and southwest Louisiana.
Six faculty members were recently honored with distinguished awards during the College's Celebration of Faculty. Additionally, more than 100 professors were recognized for their achievements and contributions to the College.
In this week’s installment: a former student comes up with a way to get rid of invasive Asian carp, a professor has thoughts on the International African American Museum, the College releases the names of this year's commencement speakers and more.