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:


Earthquakes haunt tiny South Carolina community. What’s causing the temblors?

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution talks to geologist Steven Jaumé about earthquakes in a small South Carolina town.


The partnership between the Palmetto State and Germany remains strong despite trade uncertainty

Greenville Business Magazine reports on the College of Charleston’s annual German-American Business Summit.


Some see bright future for peninsula even as Roper plans exit

Economist Frank Hefner talks to The Post and Courier about real estate.



College of Charleston to begin easing COVID-19 protocols

WCSC-TV reports that College of Charleston is easing COVID-19 restrictions. 


Despite 2 incumbents losing seats, a similar dynamic remains on Charleston City Council

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks to The Post and Courier about the recent city council elections.


College of Charleston plans $14 million improvements to athletic facilities

The Charleston Regional Business Journal looks at a $14 million renovation project at the Patriots Point Athletic Complex.


CofC Musicians Take the International Stage with Film Score

WCIV-TV reports that music professor Yiorgos Vassilandonakis has scored the music for an internationally acclaimed short film.


CofC approves $500 employee bonuses for ‘extraordinary dedication’ in pandemic

Charleston City Paper reports that the CofC Board of Trustees approved a $500 bonus for full-time employees.


Former College of Charleston President Ted Stern leaves lasting legacy with scholarship

WCIV-TV reports on the College’s Theodore S. and Alva D. Stern Endowed Scholarship.


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