CofC In The News: Week of April 1, 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:

April Fools: CofC jokes about moving spring graduation out of Cistern Yard

WCSC-TV looks at an April Fools joke.

College of Charleston grad trains rats in Africa to find land mines worldwide

The Post and Courier has the story of a CofC alum who is saving lives in Africa.

Human remains uncovered at construction site of Gaillard Center expected to be reburied in May

Ade Ofunniyin is interviewed by WCSC-TV about identifying the remains of African Americans found during a construction project.

King Street is in the midst of up to $1 billion in development. How did we get here and what’s next? 

Historian Harlan Greene talks to The City Paper about development.

New City Gallery exhibit imagines an architecture of “Hope in an age age of fear

The City Paper talks with architectural history professor Jessica Streit about cultural interests.

They buzz, they bite, they sting. But when should insects worry parents?

The Post and Courier interviews biologist Brian Scholtens about bugs.