Week of October 11, 2021


College of Charleston “In the News” is a weekly summary of news articles featuring faculty, staff, students or alumni of the College. Recent media coverage of the College includes:

Harmful algae discovered at Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument

The Hawaii Tribune Herald reports that researchers from the College of Charleston have discovered an invasive algae off the coast of Hawaii.

College of Charleston International Piano Series is back after pandemic hiatus

Post and courier reports on the return of the College of Charleston International Piano Series.

Essay book details Jews’ contribution to civil war

The Virginian-Pilot reviews a book written by Adam mendelsohn, the director of the Center for Southern Jewish Culture.

Charleston tourism predicts a triumphant return after weird and tired 2021

Daniel Guttentag, director of the Office of Tourism Analysis, speaks with State on Lowcountry tourism this season.

Earthquakes: Numerous tremors occur in nearby Summerville

Geology professor Steven Jaume talks to The press and the standard on earthquakes in Summerville.

Expert Opinions: Online Software Versus An Accountant

Accounting professor Thomas shovel talk about taxes with MoneyGeek.

Emergency medical services across the Lowcountry looking for workers

WCIV-TV reports that some College of Charleston students are helping staff EMS services.

College of Charleston student wins national cycling championship

Holy City Sinner has the story of a CofC student Dyllon gunsolus win a national cycling championship.

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