With a little pre-planning and patience, move-in day can be a smooth process. But it will still be emotional.
The new College Cultural Passport Program encourages faculty and staff to attend events showcasing CofC students, faculty and alumni in the areas of academics, arts and athletics.
The College has adopted a new color-coded system for campus bike racks.
The hiring process at the U.N. took a year and included a placement exam, but for Kome Oboh '06 it was well worth the wait.
With spray paint and thrifted shirts, three students raise awareness and funds for LGBT+ charities.
Piepmeier passed away following a seven-year battle with a brain tumor.
In the spirit of the Olympic Games, we bring you the CofC Octathlon.
Brad Burns '03 is the technical lead monitoring the 2016 Summer Olympics for security – and his view of Rio is pretty impressive.
The fall arts calendar features a wide range of public arts experiences, including professional theatre productions, music performances and scholarly lectures.
CofC professors Quinn Burke and Jim Bowring have been awarded a federal grant to study coding bootcamps and their impact on the tech sector.