Eclipse Draws Media Attention to the College of Charleston

Eclipse Draws Media Attention to the College of Charleston

The media spotlight was on the College of Charleston for the past few weeks as the nation celebrated the solar eclipse of 2017.

Here are some of the highlights of the news coverage.

The Solar Eclipse: Highlights From Its Path Across the United States

The New York Times  reports on the eclipse activities at the College of Charleston.

Eclipse watchers: ‘Really, really, really awesome’

The Associated Press talks with people about the eclipse.

Reuters, WCSC-TV, The Post and Courier , The Coastal Society and Fox News  report on the College’s balloon launch.

Clouds in Charleston? Well, at least there’s a turtle.

The Washington Post has a look at the eclipse in Charleston.

Total solar eclipse leaves watchers across country, metro in awe

WSB-TV (Atlanta) broadcast live from the College of Charleston during the eclipse.

Eclipse’s Last Major Stop Is Rich in Science and Amazement

Jon Hakkila is interviewed by Earth and Space Science Magazine about the eclipse.

Charleston: eclipse nirvana, or eclipse apocalypse?

Laura Penny and Jon Hakkila talks with the Atlanta Journal Constitution about the eclipse.

ABC News, WCBD-TV, SC Public Radio, The Island Packet have stories on Cass Runyon’s eclipse braille book.

Build your own solar eclipse viewer for less than $1

WCBD-TV interviews Terry Richardson about building a device to view the eclipse.