In this week's installment: trying to save coral reefs, the College kicks off ImpactX, a nose for art and much more.
Under the direction of three CofC alumni, the Lowcountry Maritime Society offers children hands-on learning opportunities through its boatbuilding program.
Roland Cruickshank '94 has enjoyed a successful career in hospital administration after graduating from the College. Now, he's the president of a major hospital.
Water rights and water access around the world are the focus of several courses aimed at helping students gain sustainability literacy.
Charleston's exalted reputation as a foodie town inspired these six alums to make their mark in the local cuisine scene.
The journal Research & Politics has published research by College of Charleston students Deon McCray and Lauren Johnson.
The faculty panel will use multidisciplinary lenses to examine the first year of the Trump Administration. It will be moderated by MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid.
Johnny Caldwell '08 and Taneka Reaves '11, better known as the Cocktail Bandits, will share their expertise in the new book 'Holy Spirits!'
Political science professor Christopher Day has been traveling to Uganda for 20 years. On a recent visit he interviewed one of the first women to serve in Uganda’s police force.
Zainab Dossaji didn't think she'd end up attending college in her home state of South Carolina. But after visiting CofC and meeting some professors, she decided it was the perfect fit.