CofC in the News: Week of March 5, 2018

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:

Controversial artificial star to shine over Charleston and South Carolina

Astronomy professor Jon Hakkila talks to The Post and Courier about a unique object in the sky.

Find Your Place of Zen with College of Charleston’s Peace Initiative

Charleston CEO looks at the College’s Peace Initiative.

Adam Smith Week 

The Post and Courier previews Adam Smith Week at the College.

Afro-Cuban artist Roberto Diago says Havana and Charleston have more in common than you think

The City Paper writes about the Roberto Diago exhibit at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.

CLAW 2018 CONFERENCE: A PREVIEW OF “FREEDOMS GAINED AND LOST

History professor Adam Domby is interviewed in The Journal of the Civil War Era.

USGS: 2.3 magnitude earthquake shakes Summerville area

Geology professor Steven Jaume talks to WCSC-TV about a recent earthquake in the lowcountry.

Another man-made flooding fiasco in the making on Johns Island

Biologist Phil Dustan is quoted in The Post and Courier about flooding problems on James Island.

New York Times’ Kevin Sack dives into Mother Emanuel’s history at CofC on Monday

 The City Paper previews an upcoming talk by New York Times reporter Kevin Sack.

WCIV-TV and The Post and Courier write about the College’s annual hospitality career fair.