CofC in the News: Week of May 14, 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:

Justices’ self-interest may be enough to strike down travel ban

Political Science professor Claire Wofford writes an op-ed in The Post and Courier about the travel ban.

The Good Wife’s Matt Czuchry Busts Out a Little Hamilton During His Commencement Address

Vulture looks at Matt Czuchry’s CofC commencement speech.

South Carolina college grads entering the best job market in years

Career Center Executive Director Jim Allison talks with The Post and Courier about the job market.

WCSC, The Post and Courier report on the recent College of Charleston graduation.

Renowned cookbook author Hoppin’ John Taylor donates papers to College of Charleston

The Post and Courier looks at a new addition to the Addlestone Library’s Special Collections.

Here’s why thousands of good-paying jobs go unfilled in South Carolina

Economist Frank Hefner is quoted in The Post and Courier in a story relating to jobs.

Why the Internet Rejoices When Truckloads of Food Spill on the Highway

Communication professor Ryan Milner talks to Eater about memes.

President Glenn McConnell is quoted in The Greenville News and The Post and Courier concerning proposed higher education regulations.

Condo built on Charleston’s last slave trading wharf markets history — without mentioning slavery

The Post and Courier talks with history professor Bernard Powers about a new residential development.

College of Charleston Graduate Finds a New Path at School of Professional Studies

The Charleston Chronicle looks at the story of a recent CofC graduate.

Future Teachers Reflect on a Year of Challenge in their Chosen Profession

SCETV Radio interviews education professor Anne Gutshall about problems facing future teachers.

The State and The Post and Courier preview two upcoming political debates hosted at the College.