CofC In The News: Week of Sept. 23, 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:

There’s a new way to deal with Confederate monuments: Signs that explain their racist history

History professor Adam Domby talks to the Washington Post about Confederate monuments.

In South Carolina, Joe Biden has strong support from black voters — for now

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts is quoted in The Boston Globe in a story about South Carolina politics.

The New York Times, Vermont Public Radio and the City Paper report on Senator Bernie Sanders’ visit to the College of Charleston.

How Memes Were Weaponized For Trump-Era Politics

Communication professor Ryan Milner talks to the Huffington Post about memes.

 SC Business Update

The College’s new systems engineering program is discussed on South Carolina Public Radio.

WCIV-TV, The Post and Courier and The City Paper report on the College’s climate change protest.

 These Are The Sad Faces of Animals Already Impacted by The Climate Crisis

 Science Alert quotes biologist David Owens in a story about climate change.

Composer with deep local roots commissioned to write ‘A Charleston Concerto’ for symphony

The Post and Courier has a profile of music professor Edward Hart.

The Great Otto B. German

The Charleston Chronicle has a profile of Otto German.

College of Charleston program teaches Lowcountry veterans how to grow sustainable crops

University Business writes about a Sustainable Food Systems Program at the College.

Could over the counter pain reliever have a negative impact on local toads?

WCBD-TV looks at research from biology professor Allison Welch and chemistry professor Wendy Cory.

WCIV and WCSC look at Senator Amy Klobuchar’s visit to the Bully Pulpit Series.

Adventure at Sea: A Unique Study Abroad Opportunity

The Charleston Chronicle has the story about a new study opportunity at the College.