From assault to homicide and everything in between, Kate Wrenn ’06 has seen it all in her work as a criminal prosecutor.
Kristen Thompson ’09, a graduate of the Honors College and the recipient of the College's prestigious Bishop Robert Smith Award, is passionate about her work in South Africa, where apartheid left enormous gaps in the public education system.
Hunter Stunzi '07 is the founder and president of SnapCap, a lending startup that has funded more than $250 million in loans since 2012.
Student researchers will gather to present research on political science, international studies, arts management and more.
Political Science professor Gibbs Knotts' new book looks at the strong bond between southerners and the American South.
Dylan Fernandes ’13 has joined the Massachusetts House of Representatives as one of the state’s youngest legislators.
A College of Charleston student who campaigned for President-elect Donald Trump will be seeing the inauguration up close Friday at Washington's Union Square.
Madeleine Westerhout ’13 is headed to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to serve as a member of the White House staff for U.S. President elect-Donald Trump.
In 2002, an unknown community organizer named Barack Obama spoke at a College of Charleston political lecture series.
Two College of Charleston professors look at the history and significance behind presidential inaugurations.