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:

Barcelona Takes on Airbnb

The New York Times interviews hospitality and tourism professor Daniel Guttentag about Airbnb.

Wired Magazine

Internet Remains Undefeated’ Must Be Defeated

Communication professor Ryan Milner talks to Wired about an internet phrase.

Most B-Schools Still Lacking In Women Representation

Yahoo News reports that the College of Charleston School of Business had the nation’s highest proportion of women in MBA programs.

C of C kicks off 1967 Legacy Program, pays tribute to early Black integrators

Program director Valerie Frazier talks to The Post and Courier about the College’s 1967 Legacy Program.

Hicks: Some say higher City Council salaries will pay off for us all

The Post and Courier interviews political science professor Jordan Ragusa about public officials’ pay.

How a Charleston jewelry designer wound up accessorizing first lady Jill Biden

The State reports that CofC alumna Natalie Holst ’01 designed a bracelet recently worn by First Lady Jill Biden.

Family continues search for Daniel Robinson, who went missing in June

WCIV reports on the search for former College of Charleston student Daniel Robinson. He was reported missing in Arizona back in June.

Several SC colleges lauded for environmental sustainability. Only one gets ‘gold’ rank

The State reports that CofC is taking steps toward a more environmentally sustainable future.