CofC in the News: Week of May 8, 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 CofC includes:

On business: Job market best in years for South Carolina college grads

Jim Allison talks with The Post and Courier about job prospects for college graduates.

South Carolina more frugal than most when it comes to booking inspirational speakers for graduation and beyond

The Post and Courier speaks with Alicia Caudill about college speakers.

Mysterious boom heard in Lowcountry; reports of strange sounds started in 1800s

WYFF News 4 in Greenville talks with Steve Jaumé about earthquakes.

Quentin Baxter Receives Verner Award, His Own Day from City of Charleston

CEO Charleston has the story of more accolades for Quentin Baxter.

Tecklenburg, Mullen to be honored at CofC award ceremony

WCSC-TV previews awards for Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg and Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen.

CofC awaiting approval to launch graduate degree in urban design

Charleston Regional Business Journal writes about the College’s plan to offer a master’s program in urban design.

Anti-Semitism bill would suppress open discussion on Israel

Shari Rabin and Joshua Shanes write a letter to the editor in The Post and Courier about a South Carolina House bill.

College seniors, here’s how to negotiate the salary at your first job

Monster interviews Kristen McMullen about jobs.

Braille guide gives users a feel for 2017 solar eclipse

Fox News has the story about Cass Runyon’s new book about the upcoming eclipse.