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:

Bob Dylan contains multitudes: Walt Whitman as Dylan’s muse on “Murder Most Foul”

English professor Scott Peeples writes an article in Salon about Bob Dylan.

The black experience under quarantine: New project collecting artwork, narratives and more

Bernie Powers, director of the Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston, is mentioned in a Post and Courier article about projects during the quarantine.

Charleston hotels feel COVID-19 impact, adapting to new recommendations

WCSC-TV talks to hospitality and tourism professor Wayne Smith about the hotel industry’s recovery from COVID-19.

CofC Alumni Welcome Center Named After Beloved Alumnus

Charleston CEO announces that CofC’s alumni welcome center will be renamed to honor alumnus Tony Meyer ’49.

College of Charleston Graduate School launches English Education Enrichment program

WCIV-TV reports that CofC will begin the new English Education Enrichment program this fall.

In the Fight Against COVID-19, Some Tools Are 3D-Printed

EdTec reports that CofC is one of several schools across the nation helping to make supplies for hospitals fighting COVID-19.

College of Charleston 1967 Legacy Program Aims to Empower African American Students

The Charleston Chronicle looks at the College’s new 1967 Legacy Program, which will support African American students.

Credit Cards Balance Transfer Programs

Wallet Hub talks with finance professor Elaine Worzala about credit cards.