College of Charleston In The News: Week of March 25, 2024

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

An eclipse for everyone – how visually impaired students can ‘get a feel for’ eclipses

Geology professor Cass Runyan writes an article for The Conversation about the upcoming eclipse.

It’s not too soon for humor in a post-Oct. 7 world, experts say

The Jewish News talks with Ezra Cappell, professor of Jewish studies and English, about humor. 

New College of Charleston scholarship honors former teacher who drowned in December flood

The Post and Courier reports on a new scholarship for students pursuing teaching degrees. It was established in memory of Nancy Morrow.

Change-makers and ceiling-breakers: Charleston women who made history

Charleston City Paper talks to English professor Valerie Frazier about Septima Clark. 

Biden picking South Carolina, Connecticut to win NCAA tournaments

The Hill reports that President Joe Biden picked the College to beat Alabama in the NCAA tournament.

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