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:

Meet the Press Blog: Latest news, analysis and data driving the political discussion

NBC News quotes political science professor Jordan Ragusa in a blog concerning the U.S. Senate race in South Carolina

 For Black Women, the 19th Amendment was the Beginning of a Long Fight for Voting Rights

SC Public Radio talks with history professor Sandra Slater about the suffragist movement.

Top 10 College Professors In The US

CEO World Magazine names Spanish professor Devon Hanahan as one of the nation’s top professors.

The Greenville News, The Post and Courier and Lowcountry Biz write about a study conducted by The Joseph P. Riley Jr. Center for Livable Communities concerning the state of nonprofits in South Carolina.

As thousands of CofC students start class in person, some worry about off-campus behavior

The Post and Courier reports on students returning to Charleston for classes.

Clemson psychology lecturer Jo Jorgensen running for president as Libertarian

The Post and Courier talks to political science professor Jordan Ragusa about the presidential race.

USDA, College of Charleston join forces to fight invasive beetle at Stono Preserve

WCIV reports on the research to find a way to combat the Asian Longhorned Beetle.

 Hicks: The return of rice rebuilds Charleston and reignites slavery debate

History professor Hayden Smith talks about rice cultivation in the South Carolina Lowcountry with a Post and Courier columnist.

Editorial: Life hot and heavy in the clouds of Venus?

Physics and Astronomy professor Chris Fragile explains a recent discovery on Venus to The Post and Courier.

College of Charleston Highly Ranked by ‘U.S. News & World Report’

Charleston CEO reports that CofC received top marks in the latest edition of the U.S. News Best Colleges 2021 rankings.

Sen. Lindsey Graham once was seen as a progressive on climate change. What happened?

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks to The State about politics and climate change.

WCIV and WCBD report on the return of CofC students for in-person classes.