CofC in the News – Week of Jan. 30, 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:

Inside The Trial of Dylann Roof

The New Yorker Magazine mentions Bernard Powers in a story about the trial for Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church shooter Dylann Roof.

Program tonight explores Judaism and Islam through food

The Post and Courier previews a program that looks at food.

Several news organizations wrote about President Glenn McConnell’s statement regarding the immigration order from President Trump.


The Post and Courier


CO-ED Magazine

College of Charleston plans novel graduate program in architecture, design

The Post and Courier talks with Historic Preservation and Community Planning Director Grant Gilmore about a new academic program at the College.

Will Salvation Mountain find its savior? The quest to save the desert folk-art landmark

Mark Sloan talks with The Los Angeles Times about a folk art project on the west coast.

Ta-Nehisi Coates reschedules CofC talk

The Post and Courier has more on the rescheduling of the Ta-Nehisi Coates lecture.

The African-American Roots of Betsy DeVos’s Education Platform

Education history professor Jon Hale writes an article in The Atlantic.

The Post and Courier, Moultrie News and the Charleston Regional Business Journal write about the College’s new bridge program with Trident Tech.

CofC Theatre majors bring big issues to the big stage in their rendition of Buzzer 

The City Paper has a preview of an upcoming College of Charleston theater production.

CofC Alumna Earns Role in Trump White House

The Moultrie News has the story of a CofC graduate  now working in the White House.