The YWCA of Greater Charleston will recognize CofC professor Patricia Williams Lessane and alumni Johnny Caldwell ’08 and Taneka Reaves ’11 at an event Wednesday.
Senior Victoria Kabernagel will walk across Cistern Yard during Commencement exercises later this week as a quadruple major.
The spring semester might be over, but there were plenty of events going on around campus this week.
Marine biology major Abigael Malcolm is taking an interdisciplinary approach to her research on the ethics of coral reef restoration.
From greasy hash browns to Frappuccinos to avocado toast, the tiny brick building across from campus has housed a variety of establishments over the decades, reflecting the changing eating habits of CofC students.
Growing up on the Cayman Islands made a big impression on arts management major Erin Welds.
Evan Bailey and Caroline Gilmer were bothered by the number of nitrile gloves discarded at the College, so they found a way to have the majority of them recycled.
A historical marker will be erected Thursday, May 3, 2018, at 105 Wentworth Street in honor of civil rights activist Septima Clark.
On Thursday, May 3, 2018, the mental health nonprofit, The Invisible Illnesses, founded by Emily Torchiana '17, will host its first benefit at the Woolfe Street Playhouse.
It's the first week of finals, and Cougar Countdown is here to help students relax.