Navy veteran and CofC computer science major Rex Ferrer will attend Google’s Summer Scholars’ Retreat through a partnership between Google and Student Veterans of America.
Summer at the College of Charleston may seem slow, but there's plenty of intellectual activity going on and some unique courses available as well.
Professors Leslie Sautter and Scott Harris are among a handful of scientists participating in a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration expedition.
Representatives with General Mills presented sophomore Katie Stagliano, founder of the nonprofit Katie's Krops, with $50,000 on Friday, June 8, 2018.
For some inquisitive students at the College of Charleston, summer is a time to dig into their studies through research projects with faculty mentors.
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics program coordinator Lee Lindner says residents shouldn't focus just on wind, noting hurricanes can cause flooding, too.
The College of Charleston's Special Collections has acquired never-before-seen photographs of Robert Kennedy in the hours leading to his assassination.
The Varsity Sailing Team had podium finishes in all six national championship events, which helped the Cougars secure the prestigious Fowle Trophy – collegiate sailing's top honor.
The College of Charleston has joined the Universities Studying Slavery consortium, a collaboration among nearly 40 universities studying their relationships to slavery.
Charleston firefighter Jordan Vacchiano battles blazes and the books to earn his bachelor's in business administration at the College of Charleston.