CofC alumna paves her way in the news world on Capitol Hill

As a third-year political science and communication major at the College of Charleston, Caroline Kenny chose to spend her fall semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill. She did not realize the limited scope of her knowledge about the political workings of her country until the first day on the job with the Democratic […]

Charleston’s got charm – some call it swag – like you’ve never seen

If you know anything about this top city in the world, you know Charlestonians have a long history of enjoying themselves.  In 1770 the famous French author J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur visited a much younger Charles-Town, and wrote, “The inhabitants are the gayest in America. The rays of their sun seem to urge […]