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Kaepernick’s Cause

Yes, refusing to stand during the national anthem is certainly an unpatriotic act in and of itself. The flag is not a merely a reminder of how many states we have gained since the colonies united, it is a symbol. A symbol of the steadfast ideology that our forefathers tattooed in ink on the conscience of the country, a symbol of those brave enough to fight to defend the meaning behind that ink, and a symbol of the pride that permeates to some degree nearly every one of America’s inhabitants.

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Why We Read

Thoughts on the Importance of Reading from a Departing Book Editor   To date, assuming the position of Book Editor of The Arch Conservative, the publication’s very first, has been one of my greatest joys and proudest achievements. It has been a position that has compelled me–or rather encouraged me–to…

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On the Usefulness of the Publication

The staff here have a distinct and unwavering goal: the longevity of a publication that not only facilitates these worthwhile efforts, these lasting memories and relationships, but also serves as a thoughtful voice for articulating the rich tradition of conservatism to the University of Georgia.

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The Rise of the Hip-Right

The Hip Right represents more than just some ironic hypothetical movement, it represents, rather, those who peruse Pitchfork for their next surf-rock obsession, those who buy local and do their grocery shopping outdoors, and those whose morning routine isn’t complete until their jeans are rolled up enough to reveal a quirky pair of mismatched socks.  

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StoicPolitik

Abandon the Search for Meaning in Politics, It Won’t Come.

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FROM THE EDITORS: Young Dems Square with College Republicans, a New Magazine, and Family Values

  This week has been pleasantly busy for us here at The Arch Conservative! The College Republicans and Young Democrats faced off in a debate, covered by our reporters in “The Great Debate” podcast with Reed Ferguson, Boris Abreu, and Nick Geeslin. If you prefer a light read, check out…

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A Not So Great Debate

Spoiler alert: College Republicans lost—and it wasn’t close. The most disappointing part is that I wanted to be on their side. I am on their side. In fact, I’m 99 percent sure I’m more on their side than they are. They had no studies in their pockets, used statistics sparingly,…

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FROM THE EDITORS: Atlanta’s New Phase, California Ablaze, and Hollywood’s Mores  

Last week, the editors caught up on sleep after the release of the Fall Edition of The Arch Conservative, available for your enlightenment today at the Tate Bus Stop or outside of the Main Library on North Campus. We hope you take the time to pick up this latest issue…

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2016-17 Magazine Archive

2016-17 Editorial Board Editor-In-Chief: Connor Kitchings (2016), Nick Geeslin (2017) Managing Editor: Nick Geeslin (2016), Sarah Montgomery (2017) Publishing Editor: Sydney North Creative Director: Mallory Traylor Business Manager: Marian Young (2016), TJ Collins (2017) Associate Editor: Michael Duckett Assistant Editors: Boris A. Abreu (2017), Ross Dubberly (2017) Summer 2017   Spring 2017 Winter 2016…

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FROM THE EDITORS: Magazines, Interviews, and a Hopeful Dawg Nation

This week’s message from the editors has an update on the magazines and campus news, but mostly represents an inability to contain ourselves about this University of Georgia Bulldogs football team.

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