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:

Opinion: When Halloween became America’s most dangerous holiday

History Professor Scott Poole writes an op-ed in the Connecticut Post concerning Halloween.


CofC honors slaves, indigenous peoples with new ‘Solar Pavilion’

WCIV reports that CofC paid tribute to enslaved and indigenous people at the unveiling of a new solar pavilion.


Turnover at SC African American Heritage Commission raises concerns

Bernard Powers, director of the Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston, talks to The Post and Courier about changes in the South Carolina African American Heritage Commission.


Accounting attracts talent with early internships, job commitments

The Charleston Regional Business Journal talks to accounting professor Robert Hogan about the job market for accountants.



College of Charleston opens new pavilion where enslaved people once labored

The Post and Courier reports that CofC has dedicated a new solar pavilion to the enslaved and Indigenous people who lived on that land.


College of Charleston volcano expert answers questions about dual eruptions

Geologist Cassandra Runyon talks about recent volcano eruptions in a story reported by WCIV-TV.


2021’s Safest Cities in America

Public health professor Brian Bossak talks to WalletHub about safe cities.


College of Charleston MBA Program nationally recognized for success in recruiting women

Lowcountry Biz reports that the School of Business has been recognized for its success in enrolling female students in its MBA program.


College Of Charleston New Dean Of Admissions Talks Collaboration, Community And Concerts

New CofC Dean of Admissions Khala Granville is profiled on Patch News