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:

Secession is here: States, cities and the wealthy are already withdrawing from America

Communication professor Mike Lee writes an article in The Conversation about secession.


Nikki Haley gambles on age appeals – from 20s to 70s – to stand out in GOP presidential race

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks to The Post and Courier about presidential candidate Nikki Haley.

San Diego State tops Charleston 63-57 in NCAA tourney

The Associated Press recaps the College of Charleston vs San Diego State game.

CBS News

2023 March Madness: President Biden’s bracket already busted

CBS News reports President Joe Biden picked the College of Charleston in his bracket challenge.


Hoops fans can now start filling out those March Madness brackets

NPR hosts pick the College of Charleston in their basketball brackets.


Our 13th* (almost) annual March Madness show 

College of Charleston President Andrew T. Hsu talks to Connecticut Public Radio about the College of Charleston.

Deep-sea volcano off the Oregon Coast helps scientists forecast eruptions

Geology professor Haley Cabaniss talks to Oregon Public Broadcasting about a volcano.

African American Studies Director named inaugural Whipper Distinguished Professor

Lowcountry Biz reports that Anthony Greene, director of the African American Studies Program, has been named the Lucille Simmons Whipper Distinguished Professor.

My Charleston Weekend: St. Patrick’s Day and food festivals

The Post and Courier highlights an event at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.

Commentary: It’s time to change the status quo in mid-major basketball

Communication professor Vince Benigni writes an op-ed in The Post and Courier about basketball.

A look into Charleston’s Irish culture, present and past

Joseph Kelly, director of Irish and Irish American Studies, talks to The City Paper about Irish culture in Charleston.

Lowcountry business feels effects of national bank shut down

WCSC-TV talks with finance professor Thomas Ruppel about banks.

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