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:



South Carolina cities, counties rocked by earthquakes

Geology professor Steven Jaumé is interviewed by WBTV-TV (Charlotte) about earthquakes.

Washington Examiner

Trump wrath may sink House freshman Nancy Mace in South Carolina Republican primary

School of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean Gibbs Knotts talks to the Washington Examiner about a South Carolina congressional race.


SC small businesses find workarounds as inflation climbs to a 40-year high

The Post and Courier talks with economics professor  Frank Hefner about inflation.


CofC professors to lead 3 week archaeological dig of Long Point Schoolhouse site

WCIV-TV reports that professors Richard Grant Gilmore and Joanna Gilmore are leading a three-week excavation of the 1904 Long Point Schoolhouse site.


How CofC’s Kieron van Wyk became a groundbreaking golfer

The Post and Courier has a profile of CofC golfer Kieron van Wyk.


SC’s United Methodist bishop urges patience as denomination splits over LGBTQ inclusion

Religious studies professor Lenny Lowe is quoted in a Post and Courier story about the United Methodist Church.


Renovation under way for library, residence hall at College of Charleston in South Carolina

American School & University looks at summer construction projects at CofC.


Charleston venture capital firm raises $102M to invest in other businesses

President Andrew T. Hsu is quoted in a Post and Courier story about the DIG SOUTH summit.


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