Lauren Furey ’19 has always loved feeding people, and recently she’s been doing so virtually. Since social distancing orders have been put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Furey – owner of Lauren Furey LLC which offers personally curated culinary experiences – joined forces with Lowcountry Local First to produce a cooking webinar that […]
With its renowned location in one of the top tourist destinations in the world, the College of Charleston School of Business reinforces its unique position as a leader in the exploration and examination of the tourism industry. Daniel Guttentag, professor of hospitality and tourism management and director of the Office of Tourism Analysis, recently discussed […]
Traditionally, the first day of classes is a bit lackluster. Commonly referred to as “syllabus day,” a significant portion of the class meeting is dedicated to giving introductions, discussing expectations and — you guessed it — reviewing the course syllabus. Luckily for students in professor Steve Litvin’s HTM 350 hospitality and tourism marketing class, that […]
Do you think the effects of alcohol have any impact on whether a restaurant diner leaves a tip for a server?