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:

College Marries Tech with Liberal Arts Studies

President Andrew Hsu is interviewed by Voice of America about his life and the College.

Tom Steyer Spends Millions in South Carolina. Black Voters Reap the Benefit.

The New York Times talks to political science professor Gibbs Knotts about the South Carolina primary.

 ‘We’ve Got to Change This’: Has Dixie Highway Reached the End of the Road?

History professor Tammy Ingram talks to The New York Time about Florida’s Dixie Highway.

Facing dire climate threats, Charleston has done little to reduce its carbon footprint

Geology professor Norman Levine is interviewed by  The Post and Courier in a story about carbon budgets.

German American Business Relations Grows in S.C.

South Carolina Public Radio interviews School of Business dean Alan Shao about German companies in South Carolina.

15 Haunted Colleges and Universities

The Travel Channel names the College as one of the of top haunted college campuses in America.

Charleston area added more than 900 hotel rooms, sold record number of nights in 2019

The Post and Courier interviews tourism professor Daniel Guttentag about hotel rooms in the Lowcountry.

Top kayaking instructor making waves at the College of Charleston

Lowcountry Biz SC profiles CofC kayaking instructor Ashley Brown.

College of Charleston Student’s Website Helps Children of Immigrant Parents

The Charleston Chronicle writes about a project by CofC student Jody Bell.

WCBD-TV and The Moultrie News looks at the upcoming College of Charleston Trailblazer event.