CofC in the News – Week of Nov. 21, 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:

Critics worry Steve Bannon’s White House perch will empower fringe voices

Communication professor Ryan Milner talks with PBS NewsHour about political speech.

 Memos and distinctions

The Post and Courier highlights the new leadership on the College of Charleston Board of Trustees.

Education report card data: Charleston County Schools have highest and lowest rates of poverty

Education professor Jon Hale is interviewed by The Post and Courier concerning students and poverty.

Public art project stokes civic pride in Spartanburg

The Post and Courier interviews the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art’s Mark Sloan about an art project in the South Carolina Upstate.

Teaching History In Trump’s America

History professor Adam Domby writes about the recent presidential election in a Huffington Post op/ed.

College Students Save History of Forgotten Southern Car

Car News Café has the story of College of Charleston students working to investigate the history of a rare South Carolina automobile.

Gov. Nikki Haley meeting with Trump Thursday for administration job, sources report

Political scientist Kendra Stewart talks with The Post and Courier about a possible position for Governor Haley in the Trump administration.