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.
The College of Charleston is aligned perfectly for the upcoming solar eclipse on August 21. Don't be left in the dark: Take this quiz to see how your eclipse storytelling IQ lines up with everyone else under the sun!
A group of College of Charleston students, alumni and faculty will participate in a national effort through NASA to live stream the upcoming solar eclipse.
The College of Charleston will be providing custom-designed eclipse glasses to students, faculty and staff in preparation for the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017.
From hotel bookings to traffic, here's how to navigate eclipse day in Charleston.
NASA announced on Wednesday, June 21, that it will broadcast nationwide coverage of the historic solar eclipse later this summer live from the College of Charleston.
Astronomy instructor Terry Richardson has perfected a simple device for viewing the eclipse safely and affordably. And he wants to teach you how to make one to view the total solar eclipse in August.
With a NASA Space Grant for eclipse-related outreach, students at the College are preparing the public for the upcoming solar eclipse — and themselves for a future in science.
As the College of Charleston prepares for this summer's total solar eclipse, we look back at the last eclipse to plunge Charleston into darkness.
While campus will be plunged into darkness for about one minute and 30 seconds, the memories from this special day – which coincides with Convocation – will last a lifetime.
Cassandra Runyon hopes to help blind and visually impaired students learn more about a major solar eclipse that will occur late this summer.