CofC In the News: Week of Jan.7, 2019

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:

The Traveler’s Guide to Home Sharing

Kiplinger quotes hospitality and tourism professor Daniel Guttentag in a story about home sharing.

Southbound: capturing the complexities of the US southern states – in pictures

The Guardian newspaper looks at the Halsey’s Institute of Contemporary Arts’ current exhibit.

The Post and Courier, University Business, Inside Higher Ed and Charleston City Paper have stories about incoming College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu.

Top honors

The Post and Courier reports on the Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management receiving a high ranking in a survey by the website Study.com.

GOOD NEWS: CofC cloud study

Charleston Currents looks at a recent study by physics professor Mike Larsen.

Super ‘blood moon’ eclipse to be visible over South Carolina in two weeks

Astronomy professor emeritus Terry Richardson talks to The Post and Courier about the upcoming lunar eclipse.

Joe Cunningham ‘pumped’ to get started as Charleston area’s new congressman

The Post and Courier quotes political science professor Jordan Ragusa in a story about congressman Joe Cunningham.

Preview of 2019

Hospitality and Tourism professor Daniel Guttentag makes a prediction on the grown of Airbnb in a Travel Weekly story.

Here are the news stories South Carolina should watch for in 2019

The Post and Courier talks with political scientist Gibbs Knotts about political predictions for 2019.

Yes, you can discuss politics at the holiday table. Here’s how.

Communication professor Jenna Abetz is interviewed by The Christian Science Monitor in a story about talking politics during the holidays.

Students work to transform Orangeburg, other communities

The Orangeburg Times and Democrat looks at the Riley Center’s Design Fellowship program.