The little-known history of the College's role in the American Revolutionary War will come to life on Cistern Yard during a living-history event on Saturday Nov. 9, 2019.
Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson will participate in the College of Charleston’s "Bully Pulpit Series" on Oct. 29, 2019.
The Women's and Gender Studies program's seventh annual "Yes! I'm a Feminist" celebration will be on Friday, Nov. 1, 2019, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., in the Cistern Yard.
The Department of Art and Architectural History will host the symposium "Architectures of Slavery: Ruins & Reconstruction" Oct. 24-26, 2019. The symposium will analyze the long-enduring memories of slavery in architecture, urbanism and landscapes.
In 2004, the College of Charleston Center for Creative Retirement established a scholarship for college-age students studying gerontology. Meet this year's recipient, sociology major Kylie Vorhis.
History professor Jason Coy is appearing in the Travel Channel's new show 'Witches of Salem,' a four-part docu-drama about the Salem Witch Trials, airing on Sundays at 10 p.m.
College of Charleston alumnus and novelist Jon Sealy '05 offers the next generation of writers a little advice on how to navigate the changing world of publishing.
Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard will meet with faculty, staff, students and the community as part of the College of Charleston’s “Bully Pulpit Series” on Oct. 4, 2019.
The lecture "Under Attack: The Rights of Children and Families Subject to Immigration Enforcement” will be presented on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2019.
Philosophy professor Jennifer Baker has been putting her expertise in virtue ethics to work as a representative on the Charleston County Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.