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:

U.S. House

Congresswoman Nancy Mace talks about CofC cheerleaders winning a national championship. C-SPAN records the remarks.


The most beautiful college campus in every state

The College of Charleston is named the most beautiful college in South Carolina by MSN.


Ex-College of Charleston president Edward Collins dies at 90

The Associated Press reports that Edward Collins, who served as the 17th president of the College of Charleston, died on April 10.


CofC remembers former provost, interim president Conrad Festa

WCIV-TV reports that Conrad Festa, one of the College of Charleston’s stalwart leaders, passed away last week.


With tourism back, Charleston hotels and restaurants face new crisis: A worker shortage

The Post and Courier interviews Daniel Guttentag, the director of the Office of Tourism Analysis, about employment in the hospitality industry.


The Halsey Institute appoints Katie Hirsch as Director

Arts Daily announces that Katie Hirsch has been named the director of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.


Colleges look to open in fall amid valuable pandemic lessons

Dean of the School of Business Alan Shao talks to SC Biz about CofC getting ready for the fall semester.


College of Charleston students receive first dose of COVID-19 vaccine

WCBD-TV reports that College of Charleston students received the COVID-19 vaccine.


Hundreds of College of Charleston Students Get First COVID-19 Vaccine Doses on Campus

WCSC-TV reports that hundreds of College of Charleston students received their first COVID-19 vaccine dose last week.


Experts say people aren’t taking open jobs because unemployment pays more

Economic professor Frank Hefner talks to WCIV-TV about the labor market.