Psychology major Emily Torchiana is lifting the veil of stigma and speaking out about mental health and cyberbullying. And she's saving lives while she's at it.
Learn about the inspiring story of Dr. Ebony Hilton '04, who, through the unwavering support of her mother, achieved her childhood dream of becoming a doctor and now offers that same support to the next generation of girls.
The spring 2016 issue of College of Charleston Magazine arrives in mailboxes this week. With celebrations of the College's history, alumni, academics, students and all things CofC, readers have a lot to look forward to. Here's a taste of what's to come!
Sarah Jones' bright future in the film industry came to a tragic end on a movie set. Now, her legacy is sparking changes in the industry.
Associate Professor of Art Steve Johnson is spending the academic year in Bengaluru, India, teaching drawing and art to Indian students.
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.
Graham Ervin '05 adopted a healthy lifestyle after she took up bodybuilding. And with coaching from a fellow alumna and bodybuilding pro, she recently took first place in a bodybuilding competition.
Twenty-seven years ago, residents in Lee County, S.C., reported seeing a 7-foot-tall lizard-like creature with red eyes. Experts from the College decided to do their own investigation into Lizardmania. (Includes Video)
From alumni winning 100-mile trail races or getting captured in the Battle of the Bulge to the people working behind the scenes to make the College run, the people featured in the summer issue are all worth celebrating.
Film director Megan Gural Oepen ’00 won a a Silver Dolphin Award at the Cannes Corporate Film and TV Awards for her creation of a short film for Chick-fil-A.