July may be National Anti-Boredom month, but psychology professor Rhonda Swickert believes it is a good thing to be bored.
Although John Creed's office is filled to the brim with papers, books and mementoes from his 27 years at the College, the defining feature is "the chair."
Inspired by 9/11 to tell uplifting stories, PBS host Rob Stewart '94 mines the state of California for golden stories.
The head of information security at Netflix, Jason Chan '97 is a major player in the epicenter of the tech world.
It’s an increasingly divisive time to work in the news media. These CofC grads are on the front line of a fast-changing industry.
A lifelong Jeopardy! fan, this alumna credits her education at the College for helping her become a champion on the show in 2014.
After almost dying on the battlefield in Afghanistan, student-veteran Matthew McElhinney feels like he’s landed in paradise as he attends CofC on the GI Bill.
Natalie Byrom ’13 is a true fighter – whether she’s flying an Apache helicopter or navigating corporate sales.
Communication major Whitley Taylor is focusing on her future career this summer as a public relations intern at ReviveHealth.
In recognition of National Selfie Day, College of Charleston anthropology professor Hector Qirko explains the cultural significance of the selfie.