CofC in the News – Week of Oct. 3, 2016

College of Charleston “In the News” is a weekly round-up of news articles featuring College faculty, staff, students or alumni. Recent media coverage of The College includes:

A Meme Can Become a Hate Symbol by Social Consensus

Communication professor Ryan Milner writes an op/ed in the New York Times concerning memes.

Every Other Breath: Hidden Stories of Climate Change

 The Post and Courier quotes CofC scientists Mitchell Colgan, Phil Dustan and Norm Levine in a series on climate change.

Is Donald Trump driving more minority voters to register in SC?

Police science professor Gibbs Knotts is interviewed by The State newspaper concerning voter registration.

In tight race, Florida’s third-party voters could again decide election

Retired College of Charleston political science professor David Gillespie talks with the Tampa Bay Times about Florida and the presidential election.

Italian film festival celebrates 10th year, brings filmmakers to Charleston

The Post and Courier previews the College’s Italian film festival.

Once-comic Pepe the Frog has been declared a hate symbol

The Washington Post quotes Ryan Milner in a story about memes.

College of Charleston Launches German-American Business Summit

SC ETV Radio previews the College’s German-American Business Summit.