College of Charleston In The News: Week of Feb. 19, 2024

CofC In the News

College of Charleston “In The News” is a weekly roundup of news articles featuring College faculty, staff, students or alumni

Trump’s South Carolina Problem: Suburban Women

Political science professor Gibbs Knotts talks to Bloomberg News about the South Carolina primary.

Trump and Haley Face Off in South Carolina Republican Presidential Primary

Reporter Soledad O’Brien talks with political science professor Gibbs Knotts about the upcoming South Carolina primary.

SAT going digital for the spring

Jimmie Foster, vice president of enrollment planning, is interviewed by WCSC-TV about the SAT. 

Mroz Institute will host the Summit on Conflict and World Cooperation

Lowcountry Biz previews the Mroz Global Leadership Institute’s summit.

Union Pier reset: Workshops give fresh community insights

Ali Moriarty, assistant director with the Joseph P. Riley Center for Livable Communities, talks to Charleston City Paper about public workshops.

Bringing the outdoors in: SEWE’s Charleston Place gallery markets expo, artists year-round

The Post and Courier mentions an Office of Tourism Analysis study concerning the SEWE festival.

Mroz Institute will host the Summit on Conflict and World Cooperation

Lowcountry Biz previews the Mroz Global Leadership Institute’s summit.

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