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:
Are We Headed for World War III?
Honors College student Lucas Moyon writes an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal about conflicts with China.
The Next U.S. Presidential Election will be a Battle Over Pandemic Memory
History professor Jacob Steere-Williams writes an op-ed in Time magazine about COVID-19 and politics.
An Underwater Volcano Off The Oregon Coast Sheds Light On Eruptions
Geology professor Haley Cabaniss talks to NPR’s Science Friday about a volcano.
Grappling With the Overthrow of Reconstruction
The New Republic reviews a book written by African American Studies professor Mari N. Crabtree.
Charleston’s classical scene rises ‘Under an Indigo Sky’ with Billboard No. 2 spot
The Post and Courier reports that music professor Edward Hart’s new classical album, Under an Indigo Sky, has reached No. 2 on Billboard’s Traditional Classical Album chart.
Keith Summey’s 29-year reign transforms much of North Charleston, except for southern end
Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks to The Post and Courier about North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey.
Sunflower lanyards to signal change in Charleston
Psychology professor Cindi May talks to the Charleston City Paper about the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Program.
Tri-County gun violence council recruiting for study
Public health professor Sarah Maness talks to WCSC-TV about a gun violence study.
Septima Clark’s life, legacy topic of CofC panel discussion
The Charleston City Paper reports on a College of Charleston program to honor Septima P. Clark.
Jewish Film Fest takes over the Terrace Theatre
The Charleston City Paper previews a film festival co-sponsored by the College’s Yaschik/Arnold Jewish Studies Program.
Best Installment Loans for Bad Credit
Finance professor James Malm talks to WalletHub about credit.
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