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:

South Carolina Primary Stories: 

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks about the South Carolina Primary on C-SPAN,  Bloomberg News, Washington Times, Mercury News and Vox.

Political science professor Jordan Ragusa is interviewed about the South Carolina Primary by Newsweek, GQ and The State.

Political science professor Kendall Deas talks about the South Carolina Primary with the Los Angeles Times, The Daily Mail and AFP News.

Political science professor Kendra Stewart talks about the South Carolina Primary with Time, Yahoo News and  WIS-TV.

Other News:

Why South Carolina Was So Personal for Joe Biden

English professor Joe Kelly writes an op-ed in The New York Times about the Joe Biden victory in South Carolina.

Live With Katy Tur

Biology professor Phil Dustan talks to MSNBC about climate change impacts on Charleston.

Ranky Tanky On Celebrating South Carolina’s Gullah Traditions

NPR talks with alumni Quentin Baxter ’98 and Clay Ross ’98 of the band Ranky Tanky.

 Beyond Weinstein conviction, how #MeToo changed America

Political science professor Claire Wofford talks with The Christian Science Monitor about the #MeToo movement.

Charleston’s “complicated” history

Professor emeritus of history Bernie Powers talks to CBS News about Charleston history.

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts is interviewed by the NPR program Here and Now and CNN  about Senator Lindsey Graham’s reelection campaign.

Charleston County is cashing in on soaring peninsula land prices, relocating services

 Carter Real Estate Center Director Elaine Worzala is interviewed by The Post and Courier about real estate on the peninsula.

WCIV-TV and The Post and Courier report on an award given by the School of Business to former South Carolina Governor and U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley.

 College of Charleston students in countries affected by coronavirus return to US

WCSC-TV reports on how CofC students who have been studying abroad in parts of Europe and Asia are returning to the United States amid the coronavirus outbreak.

A walk in the woods to discern the meaning of trees in the Lowcountry

Historic preservation professor Grant Gilmore talks to The Post and Courier about trees.