For National Poetry Month, which runs throughout April, poet and College of Charleston Adjunct Instructor of English Marjory Wentworth reflects on why studying poetry matters more than ever before.
Meet Aubrey Anthony, a junior double-majoring in biology and anthropology who is passionate about the environment and cultural awareness.
The College's Discovering Our Past Project is adding five new African American history tours to the multi-media website.
Psychology and women's and gender studies double-major Reagan Williams has received the Sociologists for Women in Society Undergraduate Social Activism Award for her social justice efforts at the College.
The College celebrates the recent 50th anniversary of Kurt Vonnegut’s "Slaughterhouse-Five" with an art exhibit in Addlestone Library and a talk with English professor and Vonnegut scholar Susan Farrell.
College of Charleston alumnus Derrick Williams made history at his alma mater last year when he became the first Black president of the Alumni Association.
With the help of colleagues, late CofC professor Alison Piepmeier's final book, "Unexpected: Parenting, Prenatal Testing, and Down Syndrome" debuted last month.
The Women’s Health Research Team focused their annual Student Health Survey and subsequent BeWell campaign on behaviors that help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Sociology Professor Heath Hoffmann talks about the advantages and successes of online asynchronous classes for students and faculty.
Meet Mariana Glenn-Toland, a senior in the Honors College majoring in psychology and minoring in crime, law and society.