CofC in the News: Week of Dec. 11, 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:

CofC Students Win Top Prize for Pickup Sports App

Charleston CEO has a story about a smartphone app developed by two College of Charleston computer science students.

Charleston commission removes most critical language from new Calhoun plaque

History professor Bernard Powers talks to The Post and Courier about a proposed plaque on the John C. Calhoun monument.

College of Charleston area gets fancy, updated street signs

The City Paper writes about new street signs for the College.

Higher Education Leader to Deliver College of Charleston Winter Commencement Address

The Charleston Regional Business Journal previews the College’s winter commencement ceremony.

CofC’s Miss Judy is the face of the Swipe Away Student Hunger Campaign

The City Paper writes about the College’s student hunger campaign.

Report outlines ‘haunting story’ of racial economic disparity

The Charleston Regional Business Journal looks at the College’s recently released racial disparity report.

The Moultrie News and Lowcountry Biz report on the College honoring seven alumni.