For this double major, finding a topic in her own backyard proved to be most enlightening.
The Balancing Act
Life as a student-athlete is never easy. But for one student, she proves she can kick it both in and out of the classroom.
Art Imitates Life
Her favorite movies are “Fight Club” and “Old Boy,” so it’s no surprise that Anastasia Timina teaches martial arts.
Just Do It
One student is cooking up activities to keep everyone’s off hours, hip, edgy and fun.
When you think of undergraduate research, it’s usually microscopes and test tubes or clipboards that come to mind. Meet a guy who has flipped that all around.
One volleyball player is redefining what it means to serve.
He could have gone to college almost anywhere. Then, on a trip to Charleston, the College caught his eye.
Finding Something New in the Old
Angelina Phebus uncovers a new world of possibility by exploring the ancient.
Grace Under Pressure
Meagan Orton, last year's Miss CofC, had good reason to be out of step.
The Balancing Act
Life, it seems, is one big balancing act for junior Tanya Hunt.
Craving the Spotlight
Classical Guitarist Fernando Troche performs as often as he can.
Pen in Hand
Sara Daise doesn't suffer from writer's block, just too little time.
Wallflower Turned Social Butterfly
Maxine Coleman sings, swims, and sometimes storms the dance floor.
Jordan Thomas '11 is one of those rare spirits that never sees a problem, only challenges.
At Center Stage
It's hard not to stand out when you're soaring into the sky. It's even harder when you're Terence Holland '09.
The Surf Team
Swell Start for the Surf Team
One year, they're just a bunch of surf buddies. The next, they're East Coast Champions.
The Eye of the Beholder
Some undergraduate research is done best out of the lab.
While we were watching the Olympics, one student was living the dream.
Saving the world's not a problem, just don't ask her to surf.
Called to Serve
Fritz Stine is one of those rare and admirable folks who actually lives his convictions.
Frozen in Time
Massimo Maggiari, an Italian studies professor, travels to a very cold place to learn more about a topic that fires him up.
Edward Hart ’88
His Musical State
Edward Hart ’88, a music professor, discovers his melodies in the beauty around him.
His Backyard Muses
For this studio art professor, inspiration is close at hand.
Rock Starr Computer Geek
Chris Starr is a self-proclaimed computer geek.
Massimo Maggiari dares you to draw inspiration from landscapes.
Tourism’s Crystal Ball
Bing Pan can predict the future.
All Dolled Up
It’s Impossible to leave her office in a bad mood.
Face the Music
Robert Taylor has the best seat in the house.
Zipora “Tsipi” Wagner
Born of Miracles
Zipora “Tsipi” Wagner’s life is like a theorem of the miraculous – if this, then that – even if she doesn’t like to admit it herself.
The British Are Coming
Margaret Hagood Argues for Pop Culture’s Place in the Classroom
Comedy, It’s No Laughing Matter
One professor changes how we look at film.
Outing the Media
Perhaps the liberal media isn’t quite so liberal
It’s a Small World After All
For one physics professor, it’s the small things that matter. The really, really, really small things.
The Teacher Maker
Linda Fitzharris believes every kid deserves a great teacher.
This professor has an eye for the next big thing.
Egyptologist Peter Piccione illuminates the religious significance of ancient baseball.
All That Jazz
Charleston's unlikely world-class musicians find some fans at the College of Charleston.
A Study of All Things Tropical
The Latin-American and Caribbean worlds are your oyster at the College of Charleston.
Indiana Jones has nothing on this art history professor who waded into the wild jungles of South America in search of colonial architecture and artifacts.
Location, Location, Location.
According to professor and novelist Bret Lott, the difference between a bestseller and a bomb depends on where you're sitting – literally.