CofC In The News: Week of Jan. 6, 2020

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:

How Lindsey Graham Lost His Way

Political Science professor Gibbs Knotts is interviewed by Rolling Stone magazine concerning Sen. Lindsey Graham.

How Trump impeachment took on air of inevitability

Political science professor Claire Wofford is quoted in The Christian Science Monitor about impeachment.

How Donald Trump is stoking anti-Semitism while claiming to fight it

Jewish studies professor Joshua Shanes writes an op-ed in The Washington Post.

How the ‘Okay’ hand sign keeps tricking us into looking

The Washington Post quotes communication professor Ryan Milner in a story about extremist symbols.

Why impeachment may not be a reelection vote Joe Cunningham has to worry about

The Post and Courier talks to political scientist Gibbs Knotts about Congressman Joe Cunningham.

The Partnership Between The Palmetto State And Germany Remains Strong Despite Trade Uncertainty

Greenville Business Magazine interviews School of Business Dean Alan Shao about German companies in South Carolina.

Scholarship honors CofC biology professor’s legacy

WCIV-TV reports on a new scholarship honoring Harry W. Freeman.

CofC Alum Sweetens Summerville With New Shop

The Charleston Chronicle profiles CofC alumna Danetra Richardson.

In its first year, one of Lowcountry’s only youth-specific homeless programs sees success

The Post and Courier references a homeless study conducted by the Joseph P. Riley Jr. Center for Livable Communities.

20 for ’20: The SC news stories to watch next year

The Post and Courier looks at the College’s 250th anniversary.