CofC in the News: Week of Nov. 20, 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:

These 7 Young Futurists Are Already Changing the World

 The Root recognizes former CofC student Joye Nettles as a Young Futurist.

Daffodils planted in honor of Holocaust survivors, victims

The Associated Press has the story of a CofC student honoring Holocaust survivors and victims.

As James Smith touts his endorsements for S.C. Governor, Phil Noble says the party needs a new kind of Democrat

The Post and Courier interviews political scientist Gibbs Knotts about the upcoming gubernatorial race.

College of Charleston Professor Shares about Music Shaping Democracy

 SCETV Radio interviews violist, music critic, and philosophy professor Jonathan Neufeld.

City of Charleston Planning Commission considering 4 new subdivisions, 2 deferred

Biologist Phil Dustan talks with WCSC-TV about flooding concerns.

New workspace opens job possibilities for College of Charleston students

WCSC-TV has a look at the computer science department’s new workspace.

WCSC-TVWCBD-TVThe Post and CourierLowcountry Biz and The Charleston Chronicle report on the College’s Race and Social Justice Initiative report that analyzes racial disparities between black and white Charleston County residents.

Tough look at racial inequity

The Post and Courier writes an editorial about the Race and Social Justice Initiative report.

Gentrification compounds inequities faced by black Charlestonians

Avery Research Center Director Patricia Williams Lessane writes an op/ed in The Post and Courier about the racial disparities report.

College of Charleston Professor Works to Save Coral Reefs

SCETV Radio interviews Biologist Phil Dustan.