Seniors Chelsea Roland and Ellie Flock will put their grants toward graduate education in Victoria, British Columbia, and London, England.
Monday, April 18, marks the 120th running of the Boston Marathon. Learn how former Honors College student-athelete and current CofC staffer Chris Bailey battled through tough conditions at last year's race to finish as the top runner from South Carolina.
Antonio Tillis emphasizes all things international as dean of the College's School of Languages, Cultures and World Affairs.
Lauren Stevens '03 knew she'd live in Chile again after she studied abroad there in college. When she moved back without a job, Stevens had no idea she'd become a translator for one of the country's foremost luxury travel magazines.
Students whose first language is Spanish do not visit campus as often as their English-speaking peers. That's why the College is offering a Spanish-speaking campus tour on Saturday, November 15.
College of Charleston Spanish Professor Devon Hanahan is the sixth best-rated professor in the U.S., according to MTVU's ratemyprofessors.com.
This is the 10th consecutive year, the Department of Hispanic Studies has hosted a series of events to commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month.
Emily Gallo '12 created her own music business program. Flash forward two years and she's applying her education at a successful Nashville record label.
Hispanic Studies professor Michael Gómez explains the interest in nineteenth century Spanish literature and the journal Decimonónica.
Alumnus Nathan Frandino '10 got his start writing for the College's student newspaper. Now he's a producer for Reuters TV and just returned from covering the World Cup in Brazil.