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:

The NFL season opener is also the kickoff for the biggest gambling season ever

Economics professor Douglas Walker talks to VOX about gambling. 

Kurt Vonnegut’s Continuing Appeal to the Young

English professor Susan Farrell is featured on the Inside Higher Ed podcast, Academic Minute.


Why the old-school horror of The Birds speaks to 21st-century anxieties

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation interviews history professor Scott Poole about Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds.

The San Diego Union~Tribune

Opinion: The U.S. could learn a lesson from Columbia’s acceptance of Venezuelan migrants

Education professor Will McCorkle writes an op-ed in The San Diego Union-Tribune about asylum seekers.

Washington Post Columnist Kathleen Parker Hosts a Podcast on Cannabis Legislation in South Carolina

Globe Newswire announces that Kathleen Parker hosted an episode of the podcast, Speaking of … College of Charleston.

SC economist expects ‘rolling recession’

Economist Frank Hefner talks with South Carolina Public Radio. 

How a rocket scientist expanded College of Charleston’s focus to meet this market demand

Charleston Regional Business Journal interviews President Andrew T. Hsu.

Nuisance alga spreading rapidly at Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument

Maui Now reports on research conducted by biology professor Heather Spalding. 

Tourism revenue stabilizing after ‘record-breaking’ post-pandemic years

Economics professor Mark Witte talks to WCSC-TV about the summer tourism season.

 Charleston Literary Festival releases schedule for first go with new director at helm

The Post and Courier writes about the partnership between the College of Charleston and the Charleston Literary Festival.


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