A summary of the mayoral debate highlight issues of importance to the CofC student community.
Senator Lindsey Graham speaks inside Randolph Hall for the first Bully Pulpit event of the 2015-2016 Presidential Primary Season.
The Bully Pulpit Student Team is working hard to better serve the campus community.
The Bully Pulpit Series is excited to share highlights from the experience of a College of Charleston graduate who worked on the Series in 2012 — an experience that helped launch her career. Sarah Platock College of Charleston Class of 2013 Major: Communication “The Bully Pulpit Series offered me a once in a lifetime opportunity.”- Sarah Platock Currently […]
The Bully Pulpit Series is proud to share highlights from the experience of a College of Charleston graduate who worked on The Bully Pulpit Series — an experience that helped launch his career. Geoff Yost College of Charleston Class of 2012 Major: Communication Joining the Bully Pulpit Series Geoff Yost joined The Bully Pulpit […]
On Friday, September 25, Senator Lindsey Graham along with Americans for Peace, Prosperity and Security will be on campus for a forum on foreign policy.
The Bully Pulpit Series is excited to share the experience of a College of Charleston graduate student who worked on the Series in 2014 through an independent study experience that helped grow her portfolio and professional networks. Stressed and completely overwhelmed, I barged into Dr. Amanda Ruth-McSwain’s office searching for help. A fifth-year senior in my final […]
Are you ready to cast your vote for Charleston’s next mayor? Before you head to the polls, head to the Sottile Theatre to hear from all six candidates running in the 2015 Charleston Mayoral Race: Ginny Deerin, William Dudley Gregorie, Toby Smith, Leon Stavrinakis, John Tecklenburg, and Maurice Washington. The Bully Pulpit Series joins ABC News 4 on October 14, 2015 […]
Meet Tori Bundy. As an alumni of the College of Charleston Department of Communication, Tori worked with the Series during her last year in the Master of Arts in Communication program and credits her experience for landing her first job in Washington D.C.
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