Articles by Emily Warner

Emily Warner is a freshman English major with a minor in Communication. Born and raised in Greenwood, South Carolina, Emily loves having the opportunity to call Charleston her new home and is excited to see where this part of her journey will take her. Emily is an active member of the sorority Kappa Alpha Theta, where she has made lifelong friends and has enjoyed participating in several philanthropic opportunities and countless fun experiences. Emily loves to go on adventures here in Charleston, exploring this beautiful city and making the most out of what it has to offer. She also loves traveling, and hopes to study abroad in the near future. A lover of all things English and literature, Emily’s dream is to become a journalist or writer, where she can immerse herself in doing what she loves.


Who Will Get the Nomination? The Answer is in the Math

The frenzy of town halls, panels and debates make it seem as if the general election is tomorrow, not eight months from now. And yet, the processes that will charter a new American presidency are already in place, and have been for no short period of time. An extensive selection process determines which Republican and…


“Que Vivia Bernie”: Sanders Rallies Supporters Ahead of Primary

The minutes leading up to Bernie Sanders’ Town Hall meeting at Memminger Auditorium last Tuesday—the event that the Post and Courier referred to as a “rock-star reception”— pulsed with energy and anticipation. Varied and vocal, the crowd of people made a visual impact; a Latino woman grasping a sign with “Que Vivia Bernie” written in…


Activists Raise Awareness About Domestic Violence Epidemic at Second Sunday

On Feb. 14, Second Sunday on King Street was full of the customary pink and red balloons, cookies and couples. However, one thing stood out as different. The lighthearted, bustling mood had a more somber counterpoint as the Southern Poverty Law Center’s activists raised awareness for an issue that has plagued South Carolina for decades….


Experts Examine the Economy at Campus Politico Forums

On Thursday evening, The Bully Pulpit Series hosted two Politico Caucus forums in Alumni Hall. Coproduced by the Departments of Communication and Political Science, the Series aims to generate political dialogue on campus and help students discover their political identity. Founded in Arlington, Va., Politico is a political journalism organization covering both breaking news and…


Bully Pulpit Series Brings Mike Huckabee to Campus

The Bully Pulpit Series—a collaboration between the Communication and Political Science Departments—had its debut at the College of Charleston in 2008. Since then, the series has hosted more than a dozen political functions such as town hall meetings, student debates and media events. Prominent guests include Governor Mitt Romney, President Barack Obama and Senator Ron…

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