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:

Back-To-College of Charleston Tips Straight From the Source!

Stephanie Auwaerter, director of orientation, talks with WTAT-TV about the return of students to campus.

College of Charleston takes on more lenient COVID-19 guidelines

WCSC-TV interviews Alicia Caudill, executive vice president for student affairs, about the College’s COVID-19 policies.

Thousands of students return to Lowcountry classrooms

The Charleston City Paper has a back-to-school report.

C of C Professor, local gun violence prevention group teaming up

Public health professor Sarah Maness talks with WCBD-TV about gun violence.

Keeping children safe online as they head back to the classroom

Education professor Ian O’Byrne is interviewed by WCBD-TV about keeping children safe while they are online.

CofC leaders talk COVID-19 protocols, housing, & enrollment

WCBD-TV reports on the upcoming school year.

Charleston cultural advocate Pete Wyrick dies

Harlan Greene, scholar in residence in Special Collections, talks to The Post and Courier about the death of Charleston publishing company founder Charles Lloyd “Pete” Wyrick.

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