College of Charleston In The News: Week of July 1, 2024

Media Coverage, CofC In the News

CofC “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 following.

Supreme Court rules that Trump had partial immunity as president, but not for unofficial acts

Political science professor Claire Wofford speaks to The Conversation about a recent Supreme Court ruling.

Graduate students dig into dinosaur country in Wyoming

Geology professor Scott Persons talks to Yellowstone Public Radio about searching for dinosaur bones. 

Commissioner who brought HBCUs to league gets extension

The Charlotte Observer quotes President Andrew T. Hsu in a story about the commissioner of the Coastal Athletic Association. 

Costly lesson

Economics professor Calvin Blackwell writes an op-ed in The Post and Courier concerning investing.

Downtown house on market for $2.7M sits atop 2 graveyards. The headstones have vanished

Grant Gilmore, director of the Historic Preservation and Community Planning Program, talks to The Post and Courier about a home built atop graveyards. 

Hsu details power of ‘change’ at Chamber meet

The Moultrie News reports on President Andrew T. Hsu’s address to the Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce.

Blue, purple, pink and painful: Portuguese man o’ wars spotted along SC coast

Biology professor Robert Podolsky talks to The Post and Courier about Portuguese men-of-war washing up on Lowcountry beaches. 


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