CofC in the News: Week of April 16, 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:

The Post and Courier and US News and World Report looks at a study by three College of Charleston political science professors concerning politician and southern accents.

CofC President McConnell Begins Farewell Tour

Charleston CEO looks at President Glenn McConnell’s activities as he moves closer to retirement.

 What Does “Cisgender” Mean?

Pop Sugar interviews philosophy professor Rachel McKinnon about cisgender.

Charleston Wine + Food Festival celebrates record-setting attendance

The Post and Courier looks at a report from the College of Charleston’s Office of Tourism Analysis in a story about the Charleston Wine + Food Festival.

The Litmus Test for (Most) Republicans Running for Governor: Trump

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks with Governing Magazine about the relationship some governors have with President Trump.

Potential Panthers owner Navarro is a low-profile billionaire

ESPN quotes education professor Jon Hale in a story about the possible new owner of the Carolina Panthers.

 CofC’s Charleston Miracle Raises Over $115K for Children’s Hospital

 The Charleston Regional Business Journal writes about money raised for the MUSC Children’s Hospital.

College of Charleston Supports Teaching Students Amid a Challenging Climate

Lowcountry Biz writes about the College’s efforts to support teachers.

‘Trade war’ could significantly impact some South Carolina industries

Business professor Frank Hefner is interviewed by WCBD-TV about a possible trade war.