CofC in the News – Week of Jan. 23, 2017

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

Trident Tech, CofC partner for residential bridge program

The Charleston Regional Business Journal has the story of the new educational  bridge program between the College of Charleston and Trident Technical College.

Reading between the Lines at Trump’s Inauguration

History professor Adam H. Domby writes an op/ed in The Huffington Post about President Donald Trump’s inauguration speech.

Evidence linking casino to crime, bankruptcy lacking

The Terre Haute Tribune Star quotes a study by economist Douglas Walker about casinos and crime.

Locals take on weekend events in Washington D.C.

WCSC-TV talks with College of Charleston student Brittany Vannort about the Women’s March on Washington.

College of Charleston grad named special assistant to president in Trump administration

The Post and Courier has the story of Madeleine Westerhout ’13 and her new job in the While House.

Trump to be sworn in Friday, a look at historic inauguration trends

WBCD-TV interviews communication professor Mike Lee concerning inaugural addresses throughout history.

Thanks to Trump, 2 States Are Getting New Governors

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts speaks with Governing Magazine about the impact the Trump administration has on South Carolina politics.

College of Charleston’s postcard collection gives glimpse of past

Harlan Greene talks with The Post and Courier about a new collection.

Artists Anthony Dominguez and Ronald Ramsey find creativity in unexpected places

The City Paper highlights a new program at the Halsey Institute Of Contemporary Art.

GOOD NEWS: C of C’s study abroad program ranks 4th nationally

Charleston Currents has the story of the College’s national ranking when it comes to the study abroad program.