CofC in the News

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:

Celestial show: A guide to the total solar eclipse

Professor Laura Penny gives Lowcountry Parent tips for families hoping to get a glimpse of August’s solar Eclipse.

How one College of Charleston grad turned a dangerous peanut encounter into a granola bar with a name that cuts to the chase

Charleston Magazine published a feature on Amos Bartlett ’14 who founded the Know Allergies snack brand.

George Rabb, influential former Brookfield Zoo director, dies at 87

The Chicago Tribune reports on the death of influential CofC alumnus George Rabb ’51.

Scaramucci rant shocking, but a sign of the times

Brian McGee, provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs at the College of Charleston and former chairman of the Department of Communication, and Tracy Burkett, sociology chair and professor, talk about erstwhile White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci’s profane interview with a writer for The New Yorker. 

New SK8 Charleston park a hit with skaters and design engineers

The Post and Courier interviews a College of Charleston student about the county’s new skate park, which is managed by CofC alum Josh McFadden ’10.