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 Tom Steyer’s spending spree could reshape the South Carolina primary

Political science professor Jordan Ragusa is interviewed by CNN concerning presidential candidate Tom Steyer.

Sanders Edges Buttigieg to Win New Hampshire Democratic Primary

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts is quoted in a VOA story about the New Hampshire presidential primary.

‘Reaper of Death’ tyrannosaur discovered in Canada

Paleontologist Scott Persons talks to National Geographic about the discovery of a tyrannosaurus.

‘Biden could still win’ South Carolina, experts say, as field remains split

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts is interviewed by Yahoo News about the Joe Biden campaign in South Carolina.

Can Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar Keep Up Their Primary Success?

Newsweek Magazine quotes Jordan Ragusa in a story about the South Carolina Primary.

Bills raise questions about some of Southwest Virginia’s own Confederate symbols

The Roanoke Times talks to history professor Adam Domby about confederate monuments.

USC Upstate, CofC team up to offer 5-year dual degree program

 WCIV reports on a new dual nursing program involving USC-Upstate and the College of Charleston.

CofC Day celebration raises over $5 million

Lowcountry Biz SC looks at record fundraising during the recent CofC Day campaign.

Charlotte Talks: Make Or Break Primary Awaits Democrats In South Carolina

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts participates in a panel discussion on WFAE-FM (Charlotte) concerning the South Carolina primary.

Do continuing earthquakes in Caribbean pose a threat to SC?

Geology professor Steve Jaume is interviewed by The Post and Courier about the risk of earthquakes in the Lowcountry.

College of Charleston named a top producer of Fulbright students

Charleston CEO reports that the College is one of the top schools in the nation when it comes to the number of students awarded Fulbrights this school year.

Review: In Charleston’s latest art exhibitions, everything old is new again

The Post and Courier talks with the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art curator Mark Sloan about a new exhibit.