Check out these candid moments from photoshoots for the summer 2019 issue of the College of Charleston magazine.
As one of only 215 board-certified zoological veterinarians in the world, Dr. Jenessa Tookey Gjeltema ’04 is rarer than the endangered animals she treats.
Having first taken classes at the College in the late 1960s and picking up his second degree last May, this alumnus is now aiming for a third diploma.
Marine biology major Abigael Malcolm is taking an interdisciplinary approach to her research on the ethics of coral reef restoration.
A member of the College of Charleston faculty has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Institute Grant.
Three College of Charleston students have established the first ever Southeastern Student Aesthetics Conference on Saturday, March 18.
Laura Zagby-Dye '03 has turned her three degrees in philosophy, religious studies and corporate communications into a fulfilling career with the American Red Cross.
The College has over 220 clubs and student organizations, and our creative and motivated students start dozens of new clubs every semester.
As director of marketing for Charleston-based real estate sales and marketing software company BoomTown, Rivers Pearce '01 has helped grow the Holy City's flourishing tech hub. The Honors College alumnus is also an accomplished musician.
Renowned environmental philosopher Dale Jamieson will discuss the Anthropocene at the College on March 15, 2016.