Wes Eason '00 is the third generation to work in his family's aquaculture business in Western North Carolina..
Some 230 high school students from around South Carolina learned how studying German at the College can open up career opportunities...
Political science professor Christopher Day has been traveling to Uganda for 20 years. On a recent visit he interviewed one of the first women to serv..
A member of one of the nation's best-known political families and a leading advocate for the equal treatment of mental illness and addiction, Patrick ..
The College's new Sustainability Literacy Institute will be touching the lives of students, faculty and staff as it seeks to increase awareness about ..
Michael Owens, adjunct professor of English, has written a new book about WWII Army veteran Rollins Edwards and the chemical testing he was subjected ..
Just as the solar eclipse was beginning in Charleston on Aug. 21, 2017, Kaylee Walters ’08 welcomed a baby girl to the world and named her Ayla, mea..
The screening of the documentary "An Outrage," part of the College's Race and Social Justice Initiative, will take place in the Avery Center at 6 p.m...
The Hibernian Society of Charleston recently hosted a ceremony at downtown Charleston's Hibernian Hall, where 13 College of Charleston students were a..
CofC alumnus David Wilson '08 turned his passion for science into a job at Oskar Blues Brewery in Brevard, North Carolina...