CofC In the News: Week of Oct. 29, 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:

 Will Antipathy or Change Determine Young Voter Turnout?

College of Charleston student Kelsey Baum talks to MTV about the upcoming elections.

Decoding Teen Codes: Understanding what is happening on your teen’s phone

WCBD-TV interviews several College of Charleston students about texting.

SC governor running mates Evette, Norrell to debate Monday. Here’s what each must do

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts is quoted in the Raleigh News and Observer in a story about the Lt. Governor’s debate.

‘There are ghosts everywhere’: How volunteers are mapping Charleston graves

The Post and Courier looks at a couple of College of Charleston projects concerning grave mapping.

Spiritual Wayfarers: New Lowcountry Digital History Initiative Exhibit Spotlights Lowcountry African Muslims

The Charleston Chronicle looks at a new exhibit from the Lowcountry Digital History Initiative.

McMaster or Smith? Who won SC’s last 2018 governor’s race debate?

The State asked political scientist Gibbs Knotts to review the recent governor’s race debate.

Katie Arrington called for Joe Cunningham to denounce a racist portrayal of her supporters, but few seem to have seen it

The City Paper quotes Gibbs Knotts in a story about the 1st district congressional race.