Business administration major Allison Camp says an Honors College class about sustainability changed the direction of her life.
Commencement will be a family affair for five faculty members with children in the College's 2018 graduating class.
Graduate Jonah Crisanti found a way to merge his love of French with his fascination with human societies during his time at the College.
Everything you need to know about the College of Charleston's Class of 2018.
It's the things she can't reveal that make Presley Leopard an intriguing College of Charleston grad to watch.
Joe Chealey hopes to play in the NBA or overseas while starting youth basketball camps before coaching one day.
Senior Tristan Aft, a double major in math and physics, spent three years researching how the brain perceives time under the guidance of physics professor Sorinel Oprisan.
Allison Dargis, an early childhood education major who is graduating this weekend, spent part of her senior year teaching children about science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) through the study of butterflies.
Against long odds, Shanard Deas will finish his bachelor's degree at the College of Charleston and is poised to make a difference in the lives of young learners.
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