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I HEART COFC Wild Times around The Cistern  After working for the NBA in Miami, attending the College during the Goudelock era, and now returning to The Lowcountry to LIVE the LIFE…my expectations were high for this season. As we all know, Charleston is the ultimate city for growth and opportunity. You have access to […]

Winter 2018 Edition

I HEART COFC The Fall 2017 edition of this newsletter shared with you the story and details of a storm of Lowcountry lore, Hugo. While some people across the nation may remember Hugo, its only locals that remember the Winter storm that came soon after. It was in December of 1989 that the last major, […]

Fall 2017 Edition

I HEART COFC September 22, 1989 continues to be a day etched into the memories of those who call the Lowcountry home. Shortly after midnight, the Category 4 storm known as Hugo made landfall destroying over 3,000 homes in South Carolina alone. Due to its devastation in the Caribbean and Eastern United States, the name […]

Summer 2017 Edition

I HEART COFC The end of Spring term is always filled with new and exciting projects, events, and opportunities for our undergraduates, faculty/staff, and alumni. Yes, the entire CofC community is able to share with the world the uniqueness of our campus and the personal attention to the student experience. The most prominent news of […]

Spring 2017 Edition

I HEART COFC It’s hard to believe that it was only 1967 that College of Charleston, at the time a private university of only a few hundred students, integrated welcoming several black students from the Charleston area. Among those students was Eddie Ganaway ’71, a Charleston native who grew up just West of the Navy […]

Winter 2017 Edition

I HEART COFC There’s always something going on around campus and luckily we have The College Today to give us a quick update of what’s happening on the bricks. James L. Petigru (SC Attorney General 1822-1830) is best known for the phrase, “South Carolina is too small to be a republic and too big to be […]

Spring 2016 Edition

I ♥ COFC C2C Hosts LinkedIn Workshop and Networking Event Committed to Charleston (C2C) was founded in 2013 as the first ever student giving organization on campus. Last year more than $15,000 was raised for student scholarships thanks to student donations and Johnnie Baxley ’92 giving a match gift of $10,000. C2C aims to help build […]

Winter 2016 Edition

I ♥ COFC Above:  Amazon Fulfillment holds information session at the School of Business in September 2015 semester.  After two successful recruitment visits, Amazon has named the College of Charleston a Tier 1 university partner for recruiting talent. Redoubling Career-ready Resources at the School of Business Like never before, the College of Charleston is recognizing […]

Fall 2015 Edition

I ♥ COFC republished with permission from College of Charleston Media Relations Swipe left. Swipe right. For those growing up in the digital dating age and using the love connection app Tinder to find potential mates, these commands have become universal symbols for disapproval and appeal. Using the swipe model popularized by Tinder, three 2012 […]

Summer 2015 Edition

I ♥ CofC republished with permission from College of Charleston Media Relations Greg Keys is sharpening his mind and business acumen at the College of Charleston. But lately, it’s his face getting all the attention. CofC junior Greg Keys appears with Darius Rucker in the music video for “Homegrown Honey.” That’s Keys in country music […]