CofC In the News- Week of March 6, 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:

Clean Water Forum  

The Post and Courier previews an upcoming College of Charleston symposium concerning clean water.

11 Hot Spots to Avoid on Spring Break — and Where to Go Instead

CBS News says a visit to the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art is a good thing to do in Charleston during spring break.

Violinist Yuriy Bekker spreads his music around near and afar

The Post and Courier profiles Yuriy Bekker.

45 days in: No buyer’s remorse for South Carolina’s Donald Trump supporters

Political science professor Kendra Stewart talks with The Post and Courier about Trump supporters.

College of Charleston students to launch global sustainability project in Cameroon

Lowcountry Biz has the story of seven students taking a 10-day service trip to Cameroon, Africa.

Collegiate Curls Builds Student Support Network

The Charleston Chronicle has a look at Collegiate Curls.

Charleston Wine & Food Festival brings millions to local economy

Wayne Smith talks to WCSC-TV about the Wine and Food Festival.

Some SC congressmen won’t be in town for their town halls

The State newspaper speaks with political science professor Gibbs Knotts about town meetings.

‘Religion and Black Lives Matter’

The Post and Courier previews a talk by Matthew Cressler of the Religious Studies Department.

The College of Charleston and Trident Technical College Launch A Bridge Program

The University Network look at the College’s Bridge Program.