Rebekah Edmondson, who survived four deployments in Afghanistan and sustained injuries from a bomb blast, remains committed to bettering the lives of Afghan women.
Sociology and English double major Carolina Grace Bowen stays plenty busy outside of the classroom with her food truck Area 51 Foods.
Laptop stickers are a growing trend among college students, including those at the College of Charleston.
Having first taken classes at the College in the late 1960s and picking up his second degree last May, this alumnus is now aiming for a third diploma.
African American athletes might be richly rewarded, but they still pay a price if they speak out.
Anthony Greene, associate professor of African American Studies and sociology, explains the history of Juneteenth.
Wes Eason '00 is the third generation to work in his family's aquaculture business in Western North Carolina
Students can get a lot out of being exposed to activities and lessons beyond the walls of campus.
Sign language interpreter Jason Hurdich will offer insight into the challenges of life for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing during an event Wednesday at the Stern Center Ballroom.
Loving America Street is improving lives using the community's strengths. Most recently, the group saved and restored an essential neighborhood laundromat.