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:


Time Magazine

How 2020 Will Go Down in the History Books, According to Historians

History professor Adam Domby comments about the 2020 presidential election to Time Magazine.




Real estate update: Charleston growth in 2021, the pandemic, and an ongoing eviction crisis

The Post and Courier asked economist Frank Hefner for his 2021 predictions regarding the economy.




Presidential inauguration offers rich teaching moment

Political science professor Kendall D. Deas is interviewed by The Post and Courier about talking to your  children about government.




Short-term rentals rising, rescheduled weddings and predictions for Charleston tourism

 Daniel Guttentag, director at the Office of Tourism Analysis, talks to The Post and Courier about Lowcountry rentals.


Lowcountry Biz

More than 300 students to graduate from College of Charleston in December

Lowcountry Biz profiles some of the students who recently graduated from The College of Charleston.




New CofC program introduces students to saltwater fishing at Mount Pleasant Pier

Assistant Recreation Director Freddie Lipata talks to The Post and Courier about a program known as “Fishing on Fridays.”




Charleston-area organizing professionals continue to see demand for services

The Post and Courier interviews psychology professor Sarah Robertson about being organized.




Saving small businesses from crisis could save economy

David Hansen, professor of entrepreneurship, talks to the Charleston Regional Business Journal about economic problems facing small businesses.



College of Charleston students uncover school’s complex religious history

Matthew Cressler, professor of religious studies, talks to The Post and Courier about a student research project that examines the role religion has played throughout CofC’s history.




Over the holidays in Charleston, let there be light

The Post and Courier reviews CofC’s Cougar Night Lights.



Charleston still trails other parts of SC in adding back hard-hit tourism jobs

The Post and Courier interviews Daniel Guttentag, director of the Office of Tourism Analysis, about tourism numbers in the Lowcountry.




Jupiter, Saturn closely align next week to form rare ‘Christmas Star’

Astronomy professor Joseph Carson explains the “Christmas Star” to The Post and Courier.