CofC In the News: Week of July 16, 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:

Airline seat standards coming, as safety concerns, passenger complaints mount

Business professor Kent Gourdin talks to USA Today about airline seats.

Halsey receives gift for its endowment

The Post and Courier reports on a $50,000 contribution to the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.

College of Charleston School of the Arts to celebrate 25th anniversary Oct. 10

The Charleston Regional Business Journal previews the School of the Arts 25th year anniversary.

These San Francisco Bay Area natives moved to red states in the South. Here’s how it’s going

The San Francisco Chronicle interviews CofC alumni Molly McTarnaghan about living in South Carolina.

SC Democrat Smith goes to conservative Upstate to refocus his campaign. Will it work?

Political scientist Gibbs Knotts talks to The State about a congressional race.

College of Charleston Welcomes New Trustees to Board

Charleston CEO has a look at the new College of Charleston Board of Trustees members.

A robot sub is finding life, objects in deep waters off South Carolina’s coast

The Post and Courier talks to geology professor Leslie Sautter about a research off the coast.

SC voters replenish Democrat Smith’s campaign. But will SC dollars be enough?

The State interviews Gibbs Knotts about fundraising in the South Carolina governor’s race.

Why Charleston Is the Gateway to Gullah Culture in the United States

Marriott Traveler promotes the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture.

The 3 Big U.S. Airlines Avoid Trade War Shrapnel, for Now

The Street talks to Kent Gourdin about tariffs and the airline industry.

Even if Roe stands, abortion rights could be cut

Political science professor Claire Wofford writes an op/ed in The Baltimore Sun.

Alan T. Shao Talks about the Business School at College of Charleston

Charleston CEO interviews School of Business Dean Alan Shao