Having a love of learning is exactly what it sounds like – it’s a deep, passionate desire to explore the ...
William Blanchett is excited. You can see that in his eyes. They brighten considerably when he talks about his life as ...
By Maggie Carpenter ’21, Content and Community Manager Intern Walking into an English class at 9:15 on a Tuesday morning, one ...
With all eyes on the media throughout 2016’s tumultuous presidential election, Honors College alumna Caroline Kenny ‘15 proved up for the ...
Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library Ok maybe this one is a given, but you would be surprised how many nooks and crannies the library has if you really go looking for them! Sometimes the endless stir of people around can give you just enough energy to power through. Plus the library has 20 group study […]
By Robert Maynor, MA ’17 The typical narrative of volunteerism is of privileged people donating their time and/or resources to underprivileged people. Regardless of whether the service is a canned food drive, a mission trip to a developing country, or a weekly reading appointment with school children, the line of thinking is generally the same: […]
In the heat of a Mississippi July, you’ll find College of Charleston political science alum, Sara Hutchinson ’12, surrounded by a group of kind, supportive and brave young women learning to express their experiences through the medium of poetry. These women are participants in the annual Girls Write the World (GWTW) Summer Program, of which Hutchinson is director. As part of their […]
In 1951, four years after the College of Charleston became a private institution in an effort to avoid desegregation, English major Francis “Frank” Sturcken delivered a speech advocating the College rethink its exclusion of students of color. “I can’t say exactly when I saw the light, nor do I know its source. Education? The influence of friends? […]
By Elizabeth Roberts ’14 It is a season of change for the College of Charleston Honors College, which has Dean Trisha Folds-Bennett excited. Among those changes (and perhaps the most momentous of the changes) is a new curriculum, which all students entering Fall 2018 and forward will complete to successfully satisfy all Honors College requirements. […]
We recently caught up with CofC Honors alum Ariel Benton ’18 who lives in St. Petersburg, FL and works for Raymond James as an analyst in their Accelerated Development Program (ADP). A South Carolina native, Ariel earned a B.S. in Finance and a minor in History. As a student, Ariel served as the Operations Manager […]
By Elizabeth Roberts ‘14 After celebrating our 50th year anniversary last year, the Honors College is excited to launch a new initiative for students and faculty members: mentoring cohorts, a thematic approach to Honors advising. With the success of piloted cohorts, such as the International Scholars Program, Honors Program in Business, and the Entrepreneurship Living-Learning […]
Each fall as the academic year gets underway, the College’s Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URCA) hosts a poster session to showcase the recent research of students and faculty. The 2018 edition of that event – a Celebration of Scholars – will take place on Monday, Aug. 20, 2018, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. […]
Meet Maria Carillo-Marquina. She’s a rising senior double majoring in arts management and art history and a student in the Honors College. For nine weeks this summer, Carillo-Marquina is getting paid to work as a research and interpretation intern at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. She says she’s thrilled to be gaining experience within the museum […]
Having a love of learning is exactly what it sounds like – it’s a deep, passionate desire to explore the unknown and discover something new. That’s why a group of students under the guidance of College of Charleston mathematics professor Alex Kasman set out this summer to delve into the world of abstract equations. CofC Honors Students John Cobb ’19 and Monique […]
Finance major Audrey Davis is a senior in the Honors College and is double-minoring in marketing and real estate. Davis, who is originally from Asheville, North Carolina, was drawn to the College of Charleston due to her love for the city, a draw to a campus in an urban setting, and her desire to pursue […]