Author Archives: Dorothy Walker

Politics on Film Festival: All the King’s Men

Nov. 1 at 5:30…Free pizza, a movie, and a chance to win $25 at Barnes & Noble! Continue reading

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“My Library…has unique collections”

Dr. Tim Minchin discusses his research at SCPC in a current University Libraries spotlight. Continue reading

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The SCPC Politics on Film Festival Returns

Announcing the 2011-2012 Politics on Film Festival! Mark your calendar now for FREE movies and pizza in the Hollings Library! Continue reading

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Remembering Judge Matthew Perry

South Carolina lost a legendary figure with the recent death of U.S. District Judge Matthew J. Perry. An interview with Perry is currently featured on the homepage of the Moving Image Research Collections. Continue reading

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“Life in the Mansion” exhibit

The newest addition to the SCPC gallery highlights the many experiences and memories held by South Carolina Governors and their families. Continue reading

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SCPC Research Guide: The Middle East

Find SCPC resources useful for research on the Middle East. Continue reading

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Politics on Film Festival

Join us next Wednesday at 4:30 in the Hollings Library for Point of Order, free pizza and discussion of the film! Continue reading

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Congressional Timeline

Great new resource for learning about Congress: the Dirksen Center’s Congressional Timeline! Continue reading

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Memories of Politics Past

The current issue of Statehouse Report included this photo with the caption:
“Look closely and see if you can figure out who South Carolina’s own legislative karate man was in Washington.”
Read on for the answer… Continue reading

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Congratulations!

Inez Tenenbaum, formerly South Carolina’s State Superintendent of Education, has been sworn in as the new chairman of the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. Tenenbaum was nominated by President Barack Obama and was confirmed by the United States Senate … Continue reading

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