SustainFest 2019 will feature Queen Quet, chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation, and Germaine Jenkins, founder of Fresh Future Farm.
A dire need among students to better understand how environmental, economic and social systems interrelate led to the College's Quality Enhancement Plan.
The new Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston will help tell the story of slavery in the broadest possible way.
Move-Out is an annual initiative at the College of Charleston that repurposes truckloads of discarded items left behind in the residence halls when students move out for the summer.
Winona LaDuke, renowned environmental activist and former vice presidential candidate, will speak at the College as part of the institution's focus on social justice and fair distribution.
Environmental studies educator Peter Blaze Corcoran is visiting the College on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, to deliver a lecture on sustainability literacy.
Some 60 students from the College of Charleston will be fanning out into the community to volunteer on a variety of service projects Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019.
Humorist, scholar and activist, Peterson Toscano visits the College, engaging students with discussions that touch on faith, climate change and LGBTQ+ issues.
The College of Charleston is merging its Office of Sustainability and the Sustainability Literacy Institute to create a new Center of Sustainability.
The upcoming dance concert from the Department of Theatre and Dance, titled "Witness," explores themes of how people respond to issues of social justice.