A public affairs specialist with Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic, Alex Jackson ’10 (M.A. ’14) parlays his communication skills and energy to great effect by sharing his joy for life and advocating for people with physical disabilities.
A renowned author who taught creative writing at the College of Charleston, T Kira Madden inspires students with her love of language.
CofC’s resident scholar on death and dying, octogenarian George Dickinson has no plans on calling it quits any time soon.
Valerie Frazier ’91 (M.P.A ’94) created the 1967 Legacy Program to support African American students in a multitude of ways.
As an intern with the Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre, triple major Lea Neufeld is learning more about the horrors of forced migration than she ever could from a book.
Three CofC roommates rendezvous in the City of Light for a 20th-anniversary reunion and a celebration of their enduring friendship.
Starting a company is never easy, especially an e-commerce fulfillment company during a pandemic, but this alumnus is nothing if not adaptable.
Literary journals like 'Illuminations' and 'Miscellany' offer students and faculty a space for expression and creativity.
Student Entrepreneur of the Year Nicole Birnbaum has found success with her small business FlipRings, which has achieved gross sales of over $500,000.
Acclaimed author and College of Charleston English Professor Bret Lott has donated his personal papers to the College's Special Collections.