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:

WCBD-TV and The Post and Courier report on the College’s 10-year strategic plan.

Cruise Line Industry Chaos Threatens Broadway Licensing Revenue

Hospitality and tourism professor Wayne Smith talks to Forbes Magazine about cruise ships.

From barracks to classrooms: College of Charleston identifies its first building

Harlan Greene, scholar in residence with Special Collections, talks to The Post and Courier about buildings on campus.

College of Charleston Class of 2020 graduation profile

The Moultrie News looks at CofC’s Class of 2020.

What Can Our Tourism Business Learn from Past Epidemics?

SC Public Radio interviews hospitality and tourism professor Wayne Smith about tourism and pandemics.

College of Charleston President offers video of encouragement to Class of 2020

WCBD-TV reports that President Andrew T. Hsu shared a message of encouragement to graduating seniors.

CofC double major plans ambitious career in education

 WCIV-TV profiles CofC graduate Rebekah Lyons.

Proposed storm wall has Army Corps weighing cultural, aesthetic impacts of rising seas 

The City Paper interviews geology professor Scott Harris about a proposed storm wall for Charleston.

College of Charleston Explores its History

English professor Julia Eichelberger and scholar in residence Harlan Greene are interviewed on WTAT-TV about a new website

SC colleges plan for fall semester, brainstorm ways to resume classes amid pandemic

The Post and Courier looks at the possibilities surrounding the upcoming academic year.