CofC in the News: Week of May 1, 2017

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

Braille Guide Gives Users a Feel for 2017 Solar Eclipse interviews Cassandra Runyon concerning a new braille book about the upcoming eclipse.

Fighting addiction

Wood Marchant talks with South Carolina Living about addictions.

Herb Silverman reflects on his life, beliefs as a public atheist

The Post and Courier profiles Herb Silverman.

How easily can governments take private property in South Carolina for the sake of revitalization?

Kendra Stewart is interviewed by The Post and Courier concerning the government claiming private property.

South Carolina will be central to an ambitious plan to livestream August’s solar eclipse from the stratosphere

The Post and Courier talks to several people from the College about efforts to document the upcoming eclipse.


The Chronicle of Higher Education looks at Rénard Harris new position.

Nikki Haley: Is she being corralled for freelancing?

Kendra Stewart talks with The Post and Courier about Nikki Haley.

The Post and Courier, Charleston CEO and the Charleston Regional Business Journal report on the College’s first doctoral degree in computer and information science.

College seniors, here’s how find a job with the right cultural fit

Monster talks with Kristen McMullen about getting the right job out of college.

Post Tax-Day Economics

South Carolina Educational Radio interviews Frank Hefner about taxes.