Here's everything you need to know to start the school year off right at the College of Charleston.
Partners In Food, a new student club at the College, seeks to support the homeless through food redistribution efforts.
Here are some tips to keep in mind as you prepare for the first day of classes at the College of Charleston on Aug. 21, 2018.
Who hasn't ever wanted to pick up a foil and say, "En Garde"?
A last-minute game loss that kept them out of regionals doesn't spoil a 9-1 season for the College's Women's Club Rugby Team.
While hair might have been a starting point for the group to come together, it's the immense sense of community that allows Collegiate Curls to resonate with so many minority students on campus.
The nonprofit organization, which has chapters on more than 60 college campuses around the country, enables students to work with global communities on development projects aimed at eliminating extreme poverty.
The College has more than 220 organized student groups and clubs. Some of the newest are the Cougar Skydiving Club, the CyberSecurity Club, the Paintball Club, the Film Makers Club, and the Cheese Club.