The College of Charleston will be hosting one of the biggest parties this side of the sun on Aug. 21, 2017, when a total solar eclipse passes over campus. Read more about how the College is getting ready for this celestial event.
Four students reaped the rewards of hands-on learning through NASA's eclipse ballooning project during August's solar eclipse.
Just as the solar eclipse was beginning in Charleston on Aug. 21, 2017, Kaylee Walters ’08 welcomed a baby girl to the world and named her Ayla, meaning "halo of light around the moon" in Turkish.
The media spotlight was on the College of Charleston for the past few weeks as the nation celebrated the great eclipse of 2017.
Around 1,500 College of Charleston students, faculty and staff gathered on Rivers Green, behind Addlestone Library, to watch the heavens put on an astronomical show.
The College of Charleston is smack in the middle of Monday's total solar eclipse, and like any big event on campus, there were plenty of chatter about the out-of-this-world event on campus.
Answers to all of your biggest eclipse-related questions.
For many, 2017's solar eclipse will be a once-in-a-lifetime event. But for some CofC alumni, it will be a second look at the celestial phenomenon.
NASA will mount a 16-foot by 9-foot Hyperwall in Addlestone Library ahead of this month's solar eclipse.
Students, faculty and staff at the College of Charleston are all invited to a once-in-a-lifetime celebration for the upcoming total solar eclipse.
College of Charleston professors and students will be out in the surrounding community on Monday, Aug. 21 helping residents enjoy the solar eclipse safely.