The baseball team swept Southeast Missouri State three games to none in the opening weekend series to start the 2018 season under new coach Chad Holbr..
The College is offering several classes examining the culture, history and art of Cuba as part of the semester-long Cuba en el Horizonte project...
Can a medium at the core of human expression be mastered by a computer? That's what art professor Marian Mazzone has been trying to find out...
Kameelah L. Martin, director of African American Studies at the College of Charleston, sheds light on the history behind Black History Month and why i..
From its high quality academic programs and engaging professors to the always romantic Cistern Yard, there’s a lot to love about the College of Char..
Martha Zierden, curator of historical archaeology at The Charleston Museum and an early supporter of the College's anthropology program, is the recipi..
If you've ever wondered which side of Clyde you love most, now's your time to find out!..
As an anthropology major, Patrick Gittard '08 wanted to learn about the world outside of his own. Now as the marketing manager for a company in Shangh..
The men’s tennis team takes on Stetson University this Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018, at 1 p.m. at the CofC Tennis Center at Patriots Point in its first hom..
The journal Research & Politics has published research by College of Charleston students Deon McCray and Lauren Johnson...