One CofC professor specializing in the history of disease and public health offers a helpful perspective on the COVID-19 pandemic.
After a few weeks of e-learning, College of Charleston students are adjusting to their new virtual classrooms, embracing the change and finding new ways to keep a schedule during the e-learning period.
The College's Counseling Center is prepared to support students who may be feeling anxious during the coronavirus pandemic.
The College’s Teaching and Learning Team, an office dedicated to helping professors integrate technology into their teaching, has ramped up its efforts to support faculty ahead of the College's e-learning period.
The College's Bully Pulpit Series has turned into the Lowcountry’s front seat to American politics. Over the last eight months, the series hosted 12 Democratic presidential candidates.
More than 40 CofC students worked as runners with CBS and CNN ahead of the debate and town halls last week.
The College of Charleston is hosting its third annual Peace Initiative Week, March 2–6, 2020. The events are free and open to the public.
Senior Katie Stagliano was recently awarded $5,000 through Jersey Mike’s Sub Abover Grant program to help continue the momentum of her nonprofit initiative Katie's Krops.
A community organizer, rapper and city councilwoman in Athens, Georgia, Mariah Parker will visit campus on Feb. 27 to present a lecture, "Cultivating Courage: From Experience to Political Action for Justice.”
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will meet with faculty, staff, students and the community as part of the College of Charleston’s Bully Pulpit Series on Feb. 24, 2020.