Clear Bag Policy for Events

The Bully Pulpit Series has a clear bag policy for events at the College of Charleston. The policy is intended to expedite entry and provide a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors. Only the following four types of bags will be allowed into the event— Approved Bags Clear plastic, vinyl or […]

Livestream for Mayor Pete Buttigieg Event

You can watch the livestream of this event tomorrow evening here: https://iframe.dacast.com/b/15725/c/425233

Mayor Pete Buttigieg 8/17 Event

Updated location: The Bully Pulpit Series will host Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg on Saturday, August 17 at 5:15pm in the Silcox Gymnasium on the College of Charleston campus. The event will feature a conversation with the candidate as well as audience Q&A. This event is free & open to the public. Seating is first-come, first-serve […]

Student Voices: Presidential Campaigns’ Shift in Focus

Presidential campaigns’ shift focus to foreign policy after recent ISIS attacks.

Student Voices: 10 Quotes to “Make America Great Again.”

Whether Republican or a Democrat, we have got to all be wondering the same thing: what is Donald Trump doing and how can he possibly “Make America Great Again?” It seems as though every time Mr. Trump appears in public for a speech or debate he comes up with another extreme and questionable statement that […]

Student Voices: Donald Trump Jeopardizes Equal Rights

April 12, 2016 was Equal Pay Day as President Obama honored the movement for women’s equality by designating the Sewall-Belmont House as a new national monument. This historic house served as the headquarters for the National Women’s Party, where members wrote more than 600 pieces of legislation in support of equal rights. The Belmont-Paul Women’s […]

Student Voices: Mr. Trump, Your Kids Can’t Even Vote for You, so Why Should I?

Last week, CNN made us aware that Donald Trump’s children, Eric and Ivanka, will not be able to vote for their father in the New York State Primary. Due to their lack of awareness of New York State’s voter rules and regulations, Eric (32 years old) and Ivanka (34 years old) said that they feel […]

Student Voices: Time for a New and Safe Era of Ride Sharing

A new, female-only ride sharing service called Chariot for Women is set to launch in Boston next week on April 19, 2016. Touted as “the female-only Uber,” Chariot is designed for the transportation of women and children under the age of 13 only, and will employ exclusively women drivers in an attempt to create a […]

Student Voices: The Ides of Election

In November 2016, a new president will be elected and succeed President Barack Obama. As the political ads air and voters flock to the primary polls, candidates are campaigning as hard as they can to get their messages across. After several months of debating, only six candidates remain in the race for the presidential nomination. […]

Student Voices: America, You’re Fired

A racist intolerant demagogue utterly unsuitable for the highest political position in all the land is plowing successfully through the primary elections like a disastrous tsunami. Leaving a path of destruction, arrests, riots and protesters in his wake, Americans have actually allowed what started as the biggest joke in American politics to become a reality: […]