Hospitality and Tourism Management Professor John Crotts' newly released wine business book, 'Wine Sales and Distribution,' recently earned the top spot in its category in the Gourmand International Cookbook Awards.
Only three weeks into business in downtown Summerville, South Carolina, Danetra Richardson ’12 has the Lowcountry hooked on macarons, brownies and Nutella-stuffed cookies from her shop Swank Desserts.
Three student-teams in the College of Charleston's Chemistry of Alcohol class are vying to have their beers selected as CofC's 250th anniversary brew.
Adventure at Sea: Where History Lives is a unique study abroad program offered aboard the traditional tall ship the Spirit of South Carolina.
Lauren Furey '19 has turned a love of cooking into a well done career.
The Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management decided to turn the tables on the usual college job fair with the new Flip the Fair Career Fair.
A number of professors are taking innovative steps to augment the education their students receive by flipping the conventional classroom setting on its head.
In honor of Black History Month, several College of Charleston departments, clubs, organizations and offices are sponsoring events both on and off campus.
CofC’s hospitality and tourism program has been named sixth best in the nation by the website Study.com.
A visit to Banff National Park in Canada during the spring semester provides a hands-on experience.