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:


ABC News

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks to ABC News about the presidential primary.

Scientific American

 ChatGPT Can Get Good Grades. What Should Educators Do about It?

Education professor Ian O’Byrne is interviewed by Scientific American about artificial intelligence programs.

The Globe and Mail: Canada

Even in absence, Trump casts a long shadow over Republican debate

The Globe and Mail (Toronto) interviews communication professor Vince Benigni about the recent presidential debate. 

Price tag of Ashley River Pedestrian Bridge nearly doubles

Economics professor Frank Hefner talks to WCSC-TV about construction costs. 

College of Charleston holds annual convocation ceremony for incoming freshmen

WCBD-TV covers the College’s annual convocation ceremony.

In front of their largest audience, what do Haley, Scott need to do in the first GOP debate?

Political science professor Gibbs Knots talks to The State about the presidential debate.

You Can Make Money by Paying Your Taxes With a Credit Card — Here’s How

Thomas Spade, senior instructor of accounting, talks to Money Geek about using credit cards to pay taxes.

Tuesday marks the first day of classes at College of Charleston

WCBD-TV reports that College of Charleston students have returned for the fall semester.


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