The Cougar Campaign 2020 voter education program is designed to motivate student interest and spark student action in the upcoming election season. The first event, which takes place Wednesday, Sept. 23, features civil rights expert and MSNBC commentator Alaina Beverly.
Three Honors College students at the College of Charleston established a weekly discussion series focused on racial inequality.
Where in the world did CofC alumni Prentice “Tripp” Brower III ’12 and Zach Bjur ’12 spend the holidays?
Environmental studies educator Peter Blaze Corcoran is visiting the College on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, to deliver a lecture on sustainability literacy.
Ebony T. Venson '18 is pursuing a Master of Public Administration with the support of the Young Alumni Graduate Scholarship.
It took some time for junior political science major Walden Brown, a West Coast native, to adjust to life in the South. But now he can't get enough of it.
When she enrolled at the College of Charleston in 1969, alumna Linda Dingle Gadson was among the first women of color to attend the school.
Since joining the Department of Political Science 1992, John Creed has managed to pile a lot in – and not just when it comes to his accomplishments!
The John Creed Award was established in honor of political science professor John Creed for his commitment to student learning, intellectual curiosity and personal development.
Faculty from the Department of Political Science will discuss the 2018 midterm election and its implications for the future of American politics. The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place on Nov. 7, 2018, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Wells Fargo Auditorium.