CofC In the News: Week of Oct. 15, 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:

This Life with Gracie: Why are women surprised, angered by Kavanaugh confirmation?

Political science professor Claire Wofford talks about politics with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

No rest for Nikki Haley? Political future fuels speculation

Jordan Ragusa and Claire Wofford are quoted in a Reuters story about Nikki Haley.

New Voices in Southern Photography and Where to See Them This Fall

Time Magazine looks at a new exhibition at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston.

College of Charleston to Honor Seven Alumni November 17th

Charleston CEO highlights the winners of this year’s College of Charleston Alumni Awards.

20 Things to Know Before You Go to Charleston

Hospitality professor Wayne Smith talks to Roads and Kingdoms about visiting Charleston.

Ask The Experts: Learning From the Best

Wallet Hub interviews business professor Thomas M. Spade about credit cards.

College of Charleston to host ‘Last Seen: Finding Family After Slavery’ – October 17

Lowcountry Biz SC previews a program that highlights a new tool for researching African-American ancestors.

CofC hosting “Stand Out, Rise Up, Shine Together” event Oct. 10 in honor of LGBTQ History Month

The Charleston City Papers features the College’s “Stand Out, Rise Up, Shine Together” event.

Local political scientists react to surprise resignation of UN Ambassador Nikki Haley

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks politics with WCIV-TV.

 Condé Nast names Charleston top U.S. city for 8th consecutive year

 Tourism professor Daniel Guttentag is quoted by The Post and Courier in a story about Charleston’s popularity.

Patricia Williams Lessane appointed Libraries’ Associate Dean

Lowcountry Biz SC announces a new appointment for Patricia Williams Lessane.