Commencement speaker and CofC alumna Ebony Jade Hilton-Buchholz ’04, associate professor of anesthesiology at the University of Virginia, addressed more than 700 graduates at the Saturday afternoon ceremony.
Public health major and Honors College student Jackson Hartley has had a passion for helping others since an early age.
The Call Me MISTER program supports male minority students majoring in education academically as well as socially and emotionally.
Student Allie Stern was one of six students to receive a Race and Social Justice Initiative Student Leadership Award aimed at addressing social change on campus.
The College of Charleston will host a panel discussion on Wednesday, March 27, 2019, to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the hallmark Supreme Court decision Brown vs. Board of Education.
Two high school students who were surprised with scholarships covering their tuition to the College of Charleston on 'The Ellen Show' are among the largest ever Call Me MISTER cohort at CofC.
TV host Ellen Degeneres surprised two South Carolina high school students with scholarships to the College of Charleston during a taping of 'The Ellen Show' Monday, March 11, 2019.
For CofC senior Chak Or, studying abroad in Cambodia was more than an experience to see another part of the world, it was a chance to connect with his roots.
A panel of educators hosted by the College of Charleston’s Educator Preparation Program hopes to find solutions to some of the problems plaguing public education in South Carolina.
Meet Anthony James, director of Minority Education and Outreach and the Call Me MISTER program.