CofC In the News: Week of Dec. 10, 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:


C-SPAN covers a book talk by English professor Joe Kelly. 

The Chronicle of Higher Education and the City Paper write about College of Charleston President-elect Andrew T. Hsu.

Updated CofC program expands automatic acceptance to more S.C. counties, giving perks to high achieving students

The City Paper writes about the new Cougar Advantage program.

College of Charleston ranked top public school for study abroad

The Moultrie News reports on the College’s national ranking concerning students who study abroad.

 New CofC Honors Curriculum Expands Opportunities for Faculty and Students

Charleston CEO has a story about the Honors College’s new curriculum.

 Balance transfer credit cards

Finance professor Daniel Huerta-Sanchez is interviewed by WalletHub about credit cards.

UNC officials recommend $5.3 million new building on campus for Silent Sam

History professor Adam Domby is quoted by MSN concerning a confederate monument in North Carolina.

What sort of monument would best honor 36 African-Americans buried on the Gaillard site?

The Post and Courier writes about the Gullah Society working with College of Charleston students for ideas on a new monument.