Now in its 13th year, the Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival will take place at the Queen Street Playhouse Nov. 7–10, 2019.
The Department of Hispanic Studies is hosting Hispanic Heritage Celebration Day on Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019, at 3 p.m. in the Stern Center Gardens.
Professors Juliette Bourdier and David Desplaces have organized “Le Don du Livre,” which means "the gift of the book," an event aimed at distributing 2,000 French books to Charleston-area educators and students.
Esther Ferguson, who along with her husband donated her home in Trujillo, Spain, to CofC in 1996, recently gave a painting of the restored Roman ruin to the College.
As an intern with the EastWest Institute, Katya Caleca has learned about the dangers surrounding cyberattacks on governments and corporations.
Students from the College are studying abroad in over 60 different countries this summer, taking courses that range from arts education in Italy to marketing in China.
After serving under six U.S. presidents in the Foreign Service, James Melville Jr. is now an associate dean in the School of Languages, Cultures, World Affairs.
College of Charleston faculty share what books are in their beach bags and what they love about them.
The College's Pearlstine/Lipov Center for Southern Jewish Culture recently hosted an institute focused on Southern Jewish history.
Commencement speaker and CofC alumna Ebony Jade Hilton-Buchholz ’04, associate professor of anesthesiology at the University of Virginia, addressed more than 700 graduates at the Saturday afternoon ceremony.