College of Charleston “In the News” is a weekly roundup of news articles featuring College faculty, staff, students or alumni. Recent media coverage of the College includes:

Commentary: C of C’s Tony Meyer leaves great legacy as an educator

President Andrew T. Hsu writes an op-ed in The Post and Courier praising the life of alumnus Tony Meyer.

Letters to the Editor: Tony Meyer leaves legacy at beloved CofC

Former CofC President Glenn McConnell writes a letter to the editor to The Post and Courier about alumnus Tony Meyer.

Lessons From Past Pandemics Can Provide a Road Map for the Future

History professor Jacob Steere-William talks to Sarasota Magazine about past pandemics.

Charleston County, CofC, and SC Aquarium create CORE SC, collaborate with NASA

WCBD-TV reports that CofC will  join with other organizations to find ways to improve the local community.

Going virtual: Music teachers move lessons online and learn a few things

Music professor Natalia Khoma talks to The Post and Courier about teaching music students online.

SC’s Nikki Haley now a registered Charleston voter, but won’t endorse in Congress race yet

The Post and Courier quotes political scientist Gibbs Knotts in a story about former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley.

In moving out, some turn college dorm snacks into donations during COVID-19

WCSC-TV reports on the campus move-out plans at CofC.

Coping with quarantine: Lowcountry authors share what they’re reading and writing

English professor Gary Jackson talks to The Post and Courier about recommended books to read during the pandemic.

College of Charleston Immunology Course Focuses on Coronavirus

The Charleston Chronicle reports on biology professor Anastasia Zimmerman’s classes on molecular biology and immunology.

COVID-19 impacting ‘National Decision Day’ for high school seniors

WCIV-TV reports that CofC will continue to accept applications for summer and fall semesters.

 CofC student wins national award for musical abilities

WCIV-TV reports that CofC student Tianyu Liu recently won the Music Teachers National Association’s Young Artist Performance Competition.

Student Teachers Seamlessly Shift to Online Instruction for K-12 Students

Lowcountry Biz reports that CofC education students are using their teaching skills in new and different ways.