The College of Charleston shares an update on changes related to the Center for Sustainable Development that will enhance ongoing sustainability efforts across campus.
The College of Charleston Farmers Market is kicking off its spring 2020 season on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020.
The College is actively changing its operational procedures to comply with the City of Charleston's new ordinance that prohibits most single-use plastic products.
From drawing in Cistern Yard to a sustainable seafood dinner to the "Yes! I'm a Feminist" event, variety is the spice of life at the College of Charleston!
Since the fall of 2013, the Bike Share program has provided the College of Charleston community with a free and sustainable method of transportation.
For urban studies major Adelaide Bates, the CofC Farmers Market is all about giving students a chance to learn about where their food comes from.
SustainFest 2019 will feature Queen Quet, chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation, and Germaine Jenkins, founder of Fresh Future Farm.
Move-Out is an annual initiative at the College of Charleston that repurposes truckloads of discarded items left behind in the residence halls when students move out for the summer.
The College of Charleston is merging its Office of Sustainability and the Sustainability Literacy Institute to create a new Center of Sustainability.
The International Sea Turtle Conference will hold a presentation on the College of Charleston campus on Monday, Feb. 4, 2019.