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:
‘A Ticking Time Bomb’: Gambling Addiction Is at an All-Time High (and It’s About to Get Worse)
Economics professor Doug Walker talks to Money magazine about gambling.
CofC recognized as top producer of Fulbright Scholars
WCIV-TV reports that CofC is ranked as one of the top Fulbright Scholar Producer Masters institutions in the United States.
Amid larger push toward diversity, College of Charleston quietly makes key hire
Political science professor John Thomas talks to The Post and Courier about his new position.
CofC faculty partner with Trust for Public Land to promote access to public parks
WCIV-TV reports that CofC and the Trust for Public Land have teamed up to identify and promote high-impact policies that support equitable access to parks.
Honoring Black History Month in Charleston with kids
The Post and Courier has a list of CofC events honoring Black History Month.
College of Charleston to co-host Black Alumni Collective National Leadership Symposium
WCIV-TV reports that the College of Charleston will co-host the Black Alumni Collective National Leadership Symposium.
Daron Lee Calhoun II wins seat in CCSD special election
WCBD-TV reports that Daron Lee Calhoun II has been elected to the Charleston County School District Board of Trustees.
CofC basketball’s strong season lights up campus, city
The Post and Courier reports on the excitement surrounding CofC basketball.
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