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: 


A Conversation with Dr. Andrew Hsu, President, College of Charleston

Lowcountry Biz interviews CofC President Andrew T. Hsu.


Former state lawmaker and educator Lucille Whipper has passed

President Andrew T. Hsu comments on the death of former state lawmaker Lucille Whipper, who became the College’s first Black administrator in 1972 and was instrumental in the founding of the College’s Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture.


The history of vaccine hesitancy- A Moment of Science

History professor Jacob Steere-Williams talks to WCBD-TV about past pandemics.


The Great Disillusionment

Jeri O. Cabot, the former dean of students and associate vice president for student affairs, talks to The Chronicle of Higher Education about retirement.


Charleston welcoming more visitors despite surging COVID-19 cases

Hospitality and tourism professor Daniel Guttentag talks to WCBD-TV about tourism in the Lowcountry.


College of Charleston introduces four new programs

The Charleston Regional Business Journal reports that CofC has launched four new academic programs this fall.


Lowcountry colleges, universities ready for first day of classes

WCBD-TV reports on students returning to classes for the fall semester.


College of Charleston Riley Center helps make communities more livable

Lowcountry Biz reports on the mission of the Joseph P. Riley Jr. Center for Livable Communities.


Commentary: What can the Irish Potato Famine teach us about COVID?

English professor Joseph Kelly writes an op-ed in The Post and Courier about COVID-19.


Expert Insights on Leisure and Hospitality Job Losses

Hospitality and Tourism professor John Crotts talks to Money Geek about employment in the hospitality industry.


The Halsey Institute’s new exhibition explores the fluid visual identity of the African diaspora

Arts Daily previews upcoming shows at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.