CofC In the News – Week of Nov. 7, 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:

Jury selection in Dylann Roof trial begins

USA TODAY speaks with history professor Bernard Powers about the Dylann Roof trial.

Storm demonstrated ways state believes in community and helps one another

In a letter to The Greenville News, President Glenn McConnell publicly thanks the people in the Upstate for their help during Hurricane Matthew.

Hundreds summoned as lawyers seek 12 to judge Dylann Roof

The Post and Courier interviews teacher education professor Jon Hale about the upcoming Roof trial.

Summey remains under fire for comments on I-526 recordings

Political science professor Kendra Stewart discusses the highway controversy with The Post and Courier.

College of Charleston student to plant daffodils, honor Holocaust victims

Palmetto Business Daily has the story of a College of Charleston student honoring Holocaust victims.

Ancient ‘Seal’ Used Pool-Ball-Size Eyes for Deep-Sea Hunting

Live Science interviews Robert Boessenecker about his recent research.

College of Charleston officially introduces Roberts as AD

The College’s new athletic director is profiled in The Post and Courier.