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:

What is a pogrom? Israeli mob attack has put a century-old word in the spotlight

Jewish Studies professor Joshua Shanes writes an article in The Conversation about the history surrounding a pogrom.


Does DOJ have ‘anti-Catholic bias’? Josh Hawley presses Merrick Garland.

The Washington Post quotes religious studies professor Matthew Cressler in a story about FBI surveillance cases.

Charleston approves 5-year, $5.5 million deal for Kelsey

The Associated Press reports that the College of Charleston has approved a new five-year contract for men’s basketball Head Coach Pat Kelsey.

Heyman to receive Distinguished Mentor Award from Martin Center for Mentorship in Communication

Lowcountry Biz reports that William “Bill” Heyman has been selected to receive the inaugural Distinguished Mentor Award from the College’s new Martin Center for Mentorship in Communication.

New play pays tribute to activist Clark

The Charleston City Paper reports that the College of Charleston recently unveiled a mural to honor civil rights activist and educator Septima Clark.

College of Charleston to Host Food Security Summit on March 24th

Holy City Sinner previews the College’s Food Security Summit.

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