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 werewolves real? The facts and history behind the myth

History professor Scott Poole talks to AOL News about werewolves.

The relaunch of Kamala Harris

Financial Times (London) writes about Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit to the College of Charleston.

Georgia Is Latest State Ordered To Draw New Black-Majority Congressional Districts

NewsOne quotes political science professors Claire Wofford and Gibbs Knotts in a story about Georgia congressional district lines.

COVID still impacting math test scores more than English in SC. How does that add up?

Teacher education professor Kelley Mayer White talks to The Post and Courier about test scores.

Haley, DeSantis battle as some think it’s time to band behind one anti-Trump candidate

Political science professor Jordan Ragusa talks to The State about presidential candidates.

In West Ashley, City Council contenders want more from City Hall as Election Day nears

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks to The Post and Courier about voters in West Ashley.

A tell-tale presence: Edgar Allan Poe’s Charleston connection from fact to lore

English professor Scott Peeples talks to The Post and Courier about Edgar Allan Poe.

UNTOLD STORIES: Campus History Guided Walking Tour Sharing Recent Research and Discoveries

Lowcountry Biz reports that the College has launched a guided walking tour that will shed light on the diverse stories and evolution of Charleston.

Volunteering rewards

Philanthropist John Winthrop writes a letter to The Post and Courier about David Hay.

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