CofC in the News: Week of Aug. 28, 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:

Five historians revisit topic of Confederate monuments

The Post and Courier interviews history professors Bernard Powers and Adam Domby about confederate monuments.

South Carolina local governments turn to moratoriums to pause too-rapid growth, or used car lots

Kendra Stewart speaks with The Post and Courier about population growth.

CofC Earns High Marks from The Princeton Review

Charleston CEO looks at the College’s recent rankings in The Princeton Review.

Popular spots to know in downtown Charleston

The Post and Courier highlights The Cistern as one of the most popular spots in the Lowcountry.

 Steve Jaume talks with The Post and Courier and WCSC-TV about an earthquake in Summerville.

The Daily Mail, The Charlotte Observer, National Geographic, Live Science and The Atlantic report on Robert Boessenecker’s discovery of an ancient dwarf dolphin found in Lowcountry waters. 

Many news organizations did stories on the total solar eclipse and the College of Charleston.  Those stories can be viewed here.

With the start of the new school year, organizations aim to help women and girls access pads and tampons

Beth Sundstrom talks with The Post and Courier about helping women and girls prepare for school.