After a brief hibernation, “Bucky” the T. rex has reemerged in the rotunda of the College’s Addlestone Library.
As the Cougars men's basketball team worked up to a win against Elon on Saturday, College of Charleston President Glenn McConnell '69 prepared to make his big musical debut
More than 55 students are vying for a limited number of volunteer positions at Charleston Fashion Week, which takes place March 14-18, 2017.
See some of the top photos from the College of Charleston's campus from the week.
With a last-minute three-point play on Thursday night, the Cougars moved into a tie for first place in the Colonial Athletic Association just in time for homecoming. The men's basketball team (18-6, 9-2) upset first-place University of North Carolina-Wilmington (20-4, 9-2) 67-66 after first-year forward Jarrell Brantley was fouled on a finger-roll with 21 seconds
In 1971, Eddie Ganaway became the first black student to walk across the Cistern in a white dinner jacket on Commencement Day
Charleston's first full-scale public skate park, set to open in March 2017, will be managed by CofC alumnus Josh McFadden '10, a former student-athlete and a diehard skateboarder.
Dozens of diners crowded around tables to learn about the culinary and cultural connections between Islam and Judaism for the College's "Food and Faith" dinner.
The budget requests presented by President McConnell would increase funding to expand the supply chain management and the bachelor of professional studies programs.
Assistant professor Gabriel Williams says there are a lot of meteorologic reasons why Punxsutawney Phil may or may not see his shadow.