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:

Covid-19 Related News

What Will Travel Be Like After The Coronavirus?

Forbes Magazine quotes hospitality and tourism professor Wayne Smith in a story about impacts of the coronavirus on travel.

WCIVWCBDWCSC and The Post and Courier report on CofC extending remote learning.

Charleston tourism could take ‘devastating’ $523M hit in next 4 weeks from coronavirus

Hospitality and tourism professor Wayne Smith talks to The Post and Courier about the impact of the coronavirus on Lowcountry tourism.

College of Charleston Professors Prepare for E-Learning Period

Charleston CEO reports on how CofC faculty were getting ready for e-learning.

Restrictions on crowds put pressure on Charleston-area businesses

The Post and Courier interviews hospitality and tourism professor Wayne Smith about ways to save the hospitality industry during the current coronavirus shutdown.

Coronavirus pandemic ‘so unusual’ that economic impact to Charleston tax base is unclear

Economic professor Frank Hefner talks to The Post and Courier about the economic impacts of the coronavirus.

Other  News

As Charleston area gay bars vanish, historian seeks help documenting their heyday

The Post and Courier talks to CofC archivist Harlan Greene about documenting LGBTQ life in the Lowcountry.

Business Credit Cards with Rewards

Finance professor James Malm talks to WalletHub about credit cards.

Cracraft family pays it forward with College of Charleston scholarship

Lowcountry Biz reports on a College of Charleston scholarship.