The unveiling of a new solar shade pavilion at CofC on Friday, Oct. 15, served as a platform to honor the Indigenous and enslaved people who labored and lived on and near the site throughout history.
Alumna Taylor Holloway '19 is among the music majors who have benefited from the support of the Mary Stewart Allan Award for Violin.
College of Charleston staff and faculty get free or discounted access to School of the Arts concerts, theater productions, dance performances, and more.
The Albert Simons Center for the Arts, located in the heart of the College of Charleston campus, will be closed for the next two years while the building undergoes an extensive multimillion-dollar renovation.
Meet JD Stallings, technical director in the Department of Theatre and Dance.
Driq Graves '21 is among the music students at the College who have benefited from an annual scholarship through the Charleston Mens Chorus.
From "War and Peace" to "The RBG Workout," School of the Arts Dean Edward Hart '88 has a very eclectic list of his favorite books.
The recent discovery of an 1852 slave tag on the College of Charleston campus has offered a profound opportunity to recognize the contributions of the enslaved people who were an integral part of the development of the institution.
This year's Summer Undergraduate Research with Faculty (SURF) grant projects span a variety of academic interests, from exploring a potential new treatment for spinal cord injuries to environmentally friendly water purification techniques to the integration of video projections into lighting design.
When the organizers for Spoleto Festival USA began looking for venues to host more outdoor performances for the 2021 season, the College of Charleston stepped up.