Junior George Gabriel speaks German, Polish, Portuguese, French and Spanish. His goal is to eventually learn more than 10 different languages.
Anna Shillinglaw Hampton '00 left College of Charleston with degrees in French and international business and went on to an exciting career in food media.
Despite gray skies, the Stern Center Garden was anything but gloomy last week for the College of Charleston's ninth annual World Cultures Fair
This week, the College of Charleston community will get to travel the world without ever leaving campus.
The Fourth annual Southeastern Conference on Linguistics will be held at the College of Charleston March 8-11, 2017.
Professor Timothy Johnson, a specialist in Classical lyric poetry and Horatian studies, has been named Interim Dean of the School of Languages, Cultures and World Affairs.
Students in the First Year Experience course “Latin America and the French Caribbean” were recently treated to a specially prepared meal in the Charleston kitchen of award-winning chef Bob Waggoner.
Whether dogsledding in the Arctic or jamming with their musical instruments on stage, the College's professors have a range of surprising talents.
Artist and middle school teacher Devin DeWulf ’07 is using his art to raise money and awareness for those affected by the flooding in central and southwest Louisiana.
The summit on Oct. 6, 2016, will highlight the $4.1 billion of investments made by German companies in South Carolina from 2011 to 2015.