Alum Luke Cleveland '01 created Coastal Stage Productions to make theater more accessible. His troupe recently performed "The Great American Trailer Park Musical" in Mount Pleasant.
CofC students conduct hands-on research exploring topics such as the effects of mental illness on creativity, self-control behaviors of two-year-olds, and access to healthcare in rural areas.
Ginnie Poveromo '07 left Charleston for the American West after her graduation, but that was only the start of the psychology major's travel adventures.
For the past nine years, College alumna and former trustee Debra Gammons '87 has held a 5k race in Summerville, S.C., to honor the life of her mother and raise awareness about stroke prevention.
Junior business major Greg Keys not only appears in Darius Rucker's new music video, but he also got to chat with the country music star and meet his family.
Associate Professor of Psychology Carol Toris offers tips on nonverbal behaviors that affect how you're perceived in a job interview.
The Ketner Emerging Leaders Scholarships, established by Linda Ketner in 1990, inspires students to become agents of change through public service and community engagement.
Several College of Charleston professors are changing up finals week with exciting projects that’ll make you forget the stress of exams.
Senior Jacquelin Zimmerman's love of figure skating motivated her to start a figure skating club at the College.
It's all fast motorcycles and supermodels for TJ Kremlick '00 (just kidding). He was obsessed with bikes while at the College, and determined to build a career around his passion. He did - with the top motorcycle brand in the world.