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:

COVID-19 changed election rules in the South. Now activists see chance for reform

Gannett News Service talks to political science professor Gibbs Knotts about absentee voting rules.

Will GDP Return to Normal in 2021?

Economics professor Frank Hefner is interviewed by SC Public Radio about the South Carolina economy.

How College of Charleston Professors Are Maximizing Hybrid Teaching

Charleston CEO reports on how some professors are teaching during the pandemic.

When deciding to raise tuition in a pandemic, SC colleges face difficult choice

The Post and Courier looks college tuition rates in the state.

The most beautiful college campus in every state

MSN names CofC the most beautiful college in South Carolina.

Alumnus John Reynolds designs, produces CofC’s holiday light show for fourth year in a row

The Charleston City Paper profiles CofC alumnus and Cougar Night Lights designer John Reynolds.

SC Democrat Joe Cunningham: Proud of accomplishments, but Trump idolatry is a problem

Political scientist Gibbs Knotts talks to The Post and Courier about Congressman Joe Cunningham.

COVID-19′s economic impact largely depends on your job title

The Post and Courier interviews economists Frank Hefner and Mark Witte about the state’s economy.

Sea rise imperils affordable housing in Charleston and other coastal areas, study finds

Norm Levine, director of the College of Charleston’s Lowcountry Hazards Institute, talks to The Post and Courier about flooding.

CofC students pitch businesses to fight for gender equality

SC Biz News reports on a recent CofC panel discussion aimed at helping women of color entrepreneurs find success in the Charleston area.

C of C students promoting unity and inclusion

The Moultrie News reports on how CofC Athletics has established programming for student-athletes to get more involved and have a voice on issues such as racism and social injustice.

C of C students streaming monologue performances

The Post and Courier looks at how the College is working with students on writing and presenting monologues about life during a pandemic.