CofC in the News: Week of Sept. 25, 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:

Charleston region’s economy humming at fastest pace in South Carolina

The Post and Courier talks with Frank Hefner about the Lowcountry economy.

South Carolina’s public schools look overseas to fill hundreds of teaching jobs

Fran Welch is interviewed by The Post and Courier about a teacher retention problem in South Carolina.

The Moultrie News, Charleston CEO and Lowcountry Biz write about the College of Charleston being named a ‘Green School’ by The Princeton Review.

Historical data: Hidden in the past

Ashley Pagnotta talks to Nature Magazine about a nova eruption.

3 Tips for Surviving College Application Season

College of Charleston student Brianna Hardy is interviewed by US News and World Report on a story concerning college applications.

A tropical storm surge sends Charleston an urgent message: Here’s your future

Norman Levine speaks with The Post and Courier about flooding problems.

With Irma or any hurricane, storm surge isn’t just a coastal threat

 Lee Lindner is interviewed by WCIV-TV about hurricanes.

Monumental challenges in Charleston

Bernard Powers writes an op/ed in The Post and Courier about monuments.

Defenders of Confederate Monuments Keep Trying to Erase History

Adam Domby writes an op/ed in The Huffington Post about monuments.

 7 Most Haunted Dorms Throughout The Country That Will Keep You Up At Night

Elite Daily has the story of ghost in Berry Hall.