Only three weeks into business in downtown Summerville, South Carolina, Danetra Richardson ’12 has the Lowcountry hooked on macarons, brownies and Nutella-stuffed cookies from her shop Swank Desserts.
CofC alumna and financial advisor Michelle Mangum spoke to more than 400 graduates during the College's 2019 Winter Commencement ceremony.
Finals are over at the College of Charleston, students are heading home and faculty and staff are wrapping up the last of this year's work after a busy few weeks.
As a nontraditional student, graduating senior Kevan Sherbine has found a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction through the College's Bachelor of Professional Studies program.
Former CofC pitcher Griffin McLarty is ready to trade in his cap and gown for a Baltimore Orioles uniform.
Performances of Cougar Night Lights will run on the half-hour between 6 and 9 p.m. through Jan. 1, 2020.
The launch of the yearlong celebration marking the College's 250th anniversary will take place on Jan. 30, 2020, with a range of campus and community events planned throughout the year.
The College is actively changing its operational procedures to comply with the City of Charleston's new ordinance that prohibits most single-use plastic products.
Broadway lighting designer Jason Lyons is used to making audiences see things in a whole new light – and that's exactly what he's doing at CofC, too.
Here's a look at a few of the events the College has held for students and faculty as we head into the holidays.