Here's a look at a few of the events the College has held for students and faculty as we head into the holidays.
Faculty and staff are invited to a holiday drop-in on Dec. 5 and a holiday party on Dec. 6. Tickets are required for both events and may be picked up from the President's Office through Dec. 2, 2019.
No matter how you're spending Independence Day, you can't hide your Cougar Pride! Take this quiz to find out which Clyde will be your sidekick this Fourth of July!
Cistern Yard is once again getting all dressed up for the holidays with Cougar Night Lights. A special showing for students will be held at 5 p.m. on Dec. 3, 2018.
Interim President Stephen C. Osborne ’73 has invited faculty and staff at the College of Charleston to attend a few upcoming holiday celebrations on campus.
The idea of peace on Earth can be just that – an idea you write off among more pressing priorities. But to Professor Reba Parker, peace is something else entirely.
When College students head home for the holidays, it's wise for them to make time for family and old friends.
The College's Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program partners with community organizations to host the 10th-annual Chanukah in the Square event Dec 21, 2014.
Likening pop music to Applebee's food and folk music to a recipe that's been passed down from generation to generation, music professor Robert Taylor cooks up delectable performances.
College of Charleston music professor Robert Taylor and his wife, Mary, direct the very popular performance of A Celtic Christmas. This year's show is a 7:30 p.m. on December 15, 2014.