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:



The Controversy Over Transgender Girls in Sports

Philosophy professor Veronica Ivy is interviewed on CNN concerning the topic of transgender athletes.


Meet the Craftswoman Who Epitomizes a Can-Do Spirit

CofC alumna Katie Thompson is profiled in The Spruce.


Playing it safe: 7 commencements with no guests

University Business looks at CofC’s commencement plans.


SC’s Airbnb listings grew during the pandemic, especially in 1 destination

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


‘Can’t lose our history’: Exhibit honors Black, immigrant legacy of Charleston street

The State talks to Nathaniel Robert Walker, professor of architectural history, about the history surrounding Morris Street.


CofC students create platform to help Lowcountry businesses compete with online shopping.

The City Paper notes that four College of Charleston students have developed the Impact Hub CHS platform.


College of Charleston student group aims to improve diversity among medical professionals

Lowcountry Biz profiles College of Charleston biology major Katlyne Jeter, who founded a student group to support underrepresented pre-health and pre-med students.


CofC arts festival features outdoor opera, theater, dance at Stono Preserve

The City Paper previews the School of the Arts’ “Arts Under the Oaks” festival.