Delacey Skinner ’95 (M.A. ’97) has had an extraordinary career in the tough field of political campaigns. Recently she unveiled her softer side, penning an essay on a breakup, her ex's new girlfriend and gender.
In this week’s installment: an economist talks about the impact of a new Volvo plant; a look at an upcoming congressional race; computer science students work to help area businesses, and more.
In his debut novel, CofC Honors College senior Derek Berry tackles themes of Southern culture, personal identity and racism.
In this week’s installment: CofC strives to fill a tech void in the Lowcountry; a look at offshore drilling, political science professor Claire Wofford writes about the U.S. Supreme Court debate, and more.
In this week’s installment: College of Charleston sailors are getting ready for the Olympics; CofC has a new way of looking at earthquakes; a political science professor looks at the fight over the U.S. Supreme Court; and more.
Beginning in July 2016, Riley will serve as executive in residence in the Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Center for Livable Communities and share his considerable expertise in urban design, sustainability and livable cities.
College of Charleston faculty, students and events were featured on CNN, Showtime, The Miami Herald, Huffington Post and more during last week's Democratic presidential primary in South Carolina.
Unni Krishnan Karunakara, a Senior Fellow at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale University, will visit the College on March 3, 2016, to discuss Syria’s refugee crisis and its broader impacts.
Chelsea Clinton will hold a town hall discussion and meet-and-greet reception at 10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 26, 2016, in Room 205 of the Stern Student Center.
National news reporters interviewed many CofC students and professors prior to the Republican primary in South Carolina.