It's the end of the academic year, which means celebrations, summer internships, and the Spoleto Festival USA.
The Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity colonized a new chapter at CofC this fall. The organization initiated 24 students into the fraternity.
Executive Vice President Alicia Caudill and Chief Diversity Officer Rénard Harris provide an update on several diversity initiatives intended to create a more inclusive campus community.
It’s that time of year again: crowds of students are cramming for finals in Addlestone Library – and puppies are on campus to keep bleary-eyed Cougars from stressing too much.
The Higdon Student Leadership Center's Fall Leadership Conference takes place on Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Stern Center.
Fraternities and sororities recently collected nearly 30,000 pounds of canned goods for the Lowcountry Food Bank.
Seniors at the College of Charleston received the institution's highest awards for academic excellence, leadership and commitment to the campus community.
Jim Allison, the new executive director of the College's Career Center, has ambitious goals and he's hit the ground running.
Wood Marchant has been named director of the College of Charleston's new Collegiate Recovery Program, which assists students in recovery from addiction.
Alicia Caudill, the College's executive vice president for student affairs, is directing the New Professionals Institute in San Antonio, Texas. Also attending the institute are College employees Dylan Mazelis '15, Lauren Sottile and Bucky Buchanan '08.