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:

 A closer look at Charleston tourism’s record year before coronavirus hit

Hospitality and Tourism professor Daniel Guttentag updates The Post and Courier on the impact of COVID-19 on area businesses.

Fortress Charleston: Can a Wall Hold Back the Waters?

Governing Magazine talks with biology professor Phillip Dustan about flooding in the Lowcountry.

College of Charleston Meteorology Director Weighs in on Early Start to Hurricane Season

Physics professor Lee Lindner talks about hurricane season to the Moultrie News.

 Photographs of and about the New South’ opens June 12

The Meridian Sun mentions Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art director Mark Sloan and political science professor Mark Long in a story about the New South art exhibit.

Somewhere over the curve, Charleston artists could fly

Arts professor Susan Klein talks to The Post and Courier about Charleston art.

Most SC restaurant owners positive about future, but couldn’t survive a 2nd COVID Outbreak

Business professor Robert Frash talks to the Greenville News about the impact of COVID-19 on state restaurants.

College of Charleston libraries continue to serve campus in-person and online

WCIV reports that the College of Charlesotn Libraries continue to provide services for students during the pandemic.

Our View: We would be wise to address climate change in pandemic response

Environmental policy professor Matt Nowlin talks to the City Paper about governmental climate action.

3 College of Charleston Graduates Receive Fulbright Awards

Lowcountry Biz reports that three CofC alumni have received Fulbright awards this year.

Best Health Infrastructure for Coronavirus

Health and human performance professor Brian Bossak talks to WalletHub about the biggest challenges for hospitals in responding to COVID-19.