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:

Racial tensions renew push for diversity and inclusion training at College of Charleston 

WCSC looks at diversity training at CofC.

 15 SC black creatives talk about their art as a form of protest

Theater professor Joy Vandervort-Cobb talks to The Post and Courier about using art to protest.

Black CofC grads push for more inclusive campus and alumni outreach

The Charleston City Paper reports that the College of Charleston alumni discuss ways to improve race relations

History professor Adam Domby talks with WCNC-TV, Alabama News Service, and The Post and Courier about confederate monuments.

Former College of Charleston basketball star, school hope to heal rift

Former CofC athlete Andrew Goudelock talks to The Post and Courier about issues he has with the College.

CofC vows to tackle systemic race issues, plans diversity initiatives

WCIV reports that The College is taking steps to address racial injustices.

NC still sorting out how to manage through COVID-19

Political science professor Kendra Stewart explains North Carolina Business Today how North Carolina businesses can recover from the pandemic.

 South Carolina Race Could Play Crucial Role in Battle for House

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks to Courthouse News Service about the role of race in political contests.

The Class of 2020, Now What?

South Carolina Public Radio interviews Erin Halford, employer relations manager with the CofC Career Center, about employment issues facing 2020 graduates.

WCIV and the Charleston City Paper report on a new CofC writing series honoring Lowcountry writer Dorothea Benton Frank.

What your face mask reveals about you and your fellow South Carolinians

President Andrew T. Hsu’s face mask is featured in a Post and Courier story.

An anxious Generation Z looking to adulthood faces an uncertain future

Political science professor Jordan Ragusa talks to The Post and Courier about politics and Generation Z.

South Carolina couple discovers giant megaldon shark tooth in a muddy river bed that is larger than a human hand and weighs about one-pound

The Mace Brown Museum of Natural History is mentioned in a Daily Mail story about the discovery of a large shark tooth.

For the first time in nearly 10 years, CofC will freeze student tuition in the fall

The Post and Courier reports that CofC will freeze tuition for the upcoming school year.

 Dr. Ebony Jade Hilton Says ‘We’re Going to be O.K.’

Charleston Chronicle reports that CofC alumna Dr. Ebony Jade Hilton writes an e-book aimed at helping children stay safe, healthy and optimistic during a pandemic.