How they reacted on Twitter to Glenn McConnell becoming CofC president
03/23/2014 12:13 PM
03/23/2014 1:27 PM
How folks on Twitter reacted to Republican Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell becoming the next president at the College of Charleston.
Happy with the decision...
A current Democratic lawmaker
Congrats to Glenn McConnell on being named @CofC 's 22nd president. His statesmanship, pragmatism & steady hand will be missed in the Senate— Sen. Thomas McElveen (@ThomasMcElveen) March 23, 2014
A former Democratic lawmaker
Very proud of Glenn McConnell and CofC, and wish both great success. Any entity should hope to have such an honorable and fair leader.— Boyd Brown (@HBoydBrown) March 23, 2014
Yay! Glenn McConnell will be CofC's next president by unanimous vote of the board of trustees. He'll win over critics pic.twitter.com/yylqppg3du— Patrick Harwood (@cccougar) March 23, 2014
A win for the good guys. http://t.co/MF3rfsIbFP— Trey Walker (@TreyWalker) March 23, 2014
A college Republican
Not so happy...
@CofC Thank god I'm graduating and won't have to go to a school anymore with Glenn McConnell as president. Worst decision possible.— Margs (@mcfendaaa) March 23, 2014
#CofC and SC have failed us miserably this year. Glenn McConnell will receive very little respect from the students, I can guarantee.— Tamara Younkins (@TheGreatTambino) March 23, 2014
So, College of Charleston offers presidency 2 McConnell? Lord, help us all,.guess I'll b lookin 4 a new job afta 13 yrs. #PoliticansRLiars— Sabrina Holloway (@MzSabrina2U) March 22, 2014
If I'd known I could've been #CofC president w/o any higher ed administration experience, I would've applied. At least I've taught college.— John Warner (@biblioracle) March 23, 2014
Let's talk about the Confederacy...
Go use his clout at the State House...
He's causing problems already...
Someone tonight on my TL actually blamed CofC baseball losing on Glenn McConnell being named President.— Joe Wright (@Sctvman) March 23, 2014
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