CofC In the News: Week of Nov. 12, 2018

College of Charleston “In the News” is a weekly round-up of news articles featuring College faculty, staff, students or alumni. Recent media coverage of the College includes:

World War I reminds that ‘no war is worth it’

English professor Simon Lewis writes an op/ed in The Post and Courier about the end of World War I.

Dominion Energy Supports STEM Education at College of Charleston

Charleston CEO has more on a new grant donated by Dominion Energy.

Without mass message, Smith struggled to break through in upset bid for governor

 Political science professor Gibbs Knotts is interviewed by The Post and Courier about the recent governor’s race.

C of C starts a video gaming club, sign of ‘esports’ explosive popularity

The Post and Courier looks at the new CofC gaming team.

 The 2019 Congress will have more Southern Democrats. But they won’t have much clout.

Gibbs Knotts talks to a reporter with the McClatchy News Service about southern democrats.

Black WWII veteran from Charleston faced bombs abroad, prejudice at home

The Post and Courier writes about the Voices Speak project by English professor Michael Owens.

The Charleston City Paper, The Post and CourierWCSC-TV, WCBD-TV and others report on the finalist in the CofC presidential search.

Hindu leader calls for Charleston yoga and beer business to remove elephant logo

 The Post and Courier talks to religion professor June McDaniel about a business controversy.

Political science professor Jordan Ragusa talks to The Greenville News and The Post and Courier about the 1st district congressional race.

 Lowcountry Biz and WCIV-TV report on a new scholarship for CofC veterans.

 Arrington blames Sanford for stunning loss to Cunningham in SC Congress race

The State talks to political science professor Gibbs Knotts about the results of a congressional race.

Tracking the money: First Congressional District candidates

WCSC-TV talks to Gibbs Knotts about campaign donations in congressional races.

New weather station in windy Charleston Harbor could save lives

The Post and Courier talks with sailing coach Kevin Jewett about wind in the Charleston harbor.