CofC In The News: Week of Sept. 9, 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 Old South gets a new college president

The Washington Post and many other news organizations publish a column from Kathleen Parker about College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu.

The Washington Post, Charlotte Observer, and WBTV-TV write about the College and Hurricane Dorian.

New College of Charleston President says he’s ready to combat discrimination

 WCIV-TV talks to President Hsu about equality.

College of Charleston Piano Series kicks off with recital by Johnandrew Slominski

The Post and Courier previews the International Piano Series.

SC Republicans may not hold a primary. What does that mean for Trump’s challengers?

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts is quoted in The State in a story concerning presidential primaries.

This real estate firm is walking away from a perfectly good SC office building

Business professor Elaine Worzala talks to The Post and Courier about real estate.

The College of Charleston Race and Social Justice Initiative Renames Student Leadership Award to Honor Mr. James E. Campbell

The Charleston Chronicle looks at the renaming of the Student Leadership Award.

Birds and marine life in SC have their own ways of coping with hurricanes

Oceanographer Jack DiTullio is interviewed The Post and Courier in a story about hurricanes.

WCSC-TV, WCIV-TV, Island Packet and City Paper report on Julian Castro taking part in the Bully Pulpit Series.

 College of Charleston Preparing Documentary Film Series on Its Ties to Slavery

 The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education reports on a new documentary being produced by the College.

WCSC-TV, The Post and Courier, and City Paper report on Beto O’Rourke taking part in the Bully Pulpit Series.

Systems Engineering Among New Academic Offerings at College of Charleston

Charleston CEO looks at a new systems engineering program at the College.

CofC adopts LiveSafe app to enhance student safety

WCIV-TV reports on the new LiveSafe app.