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:
Daniel Guttentag, director of the Office of Tourism Analysis, talks to Bloomberg News about tourism in Myrtle Beach.
USA Today reports that CofC will require students to take a COVID-19 test before they can move into residence halls.
History professor Tammy Ingram talks to the National Review about problems with rural highways.
Daniel Guttentag, director of the Office of Tourism Analysis, predicts the future of the travel industry for Forbes Magazine.
WCSC-TV reports that CofC will be returning to in-person/hybrid classes on Sept. 14.
Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks to The State about speeches made at the recent Republican National Convention.
The Charleston City Paper reports that CofC will perform Mozart’s opera “The Marriage of Figaro” in February 2021.
WCSC-TV reports that a sorority was temporarily suspended after some of its members violated CofC’s COVID-19 policies.
Lowcountry Biz has a detailed look at some of the interesting facts concerning the College of Charleston freshman class.
WCIV-TV reports that the College and the Medical University of South Carolina have join forces to provide enhanced student health care to CofC students.
Elaine Worzala, director of the Carter Real Estate Center, talks to WalletHub about the real estate market.
The Post and Courier interviews Charleston residents about the return of CofC students to the city.
Charleston CEO reports that The Princeton Review has recognized CofC as one of the top universities in the country.
The Post and Courier talks with political science professor Gibbs Knotts about a mayoral race in Sumter, South Carolina.