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:


Time Magazine

How Spirited Continues a Long Legacy of Christmas Carol Adaptations

Time magazine quotes Tim Carens, the director of British Studies, in a story about a new version of the movie, A Christmas Carol.

CofC students immerse themselves in Gullah Geechee culture through agriculture

WCIV-TV reports that College of Charleston students are learning about the connection between agriculture and the Gullah Geechee community.

Commentary: Proposed downtown Charleston park would provide a richer future

James L. Ward, retired senior instructor in the Historic Preservation and Community Planning Program, writes an opinion piece in The Post and Courier about development in Charleston.

As rising seas flood Charleston’s fairways, its municipal golf course leads in adapting

WCIV-TV talks with geology professor Norm Levine about flooding.

Why state Democrats were embarrassed at the polls

Political science professor Kendra Stewart talks to Charleston City Paper about recent elections.


SC Space Grant Director over the moon about Artemis launch

Geology professor Cassandra Runyon talks to Lowcountry Biz about the Artemis rocket.


Compare Secured Credit Cards

James Malm, professor of finance, talks to WalletHub about credit cards.

College of Charleston biologist uses nature to solve human problems

Lowcountry Biz looks at research conducted by biologist Deborah Bidwell.

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