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The Alt-Right’s Inevitable Failure: And Why Principled Conservatism Will Take its Place

The “Alt-Right” is a petulant and perverted ideology that incorporates its own despicable brand of identity politics. For that reason, it will fail, and true conservatism will flourish in its place.   One of things conservatives criticize most about the Left is its infatuation with race and identity. Through the…

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Climate Change Done Right

The 2017 Arch Conservative Fall Lecture entitled “A Conservative Solution to Climate Change” hosted associate professor in the UGA College of Engineering Dr. David Gattie, who offered a dense breakdown of the global energy dilemma, as well as his precise policy prescription for the United States to move forward on…

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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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FROM THE EDITORS: A Week in Review

Week three was a significant one with respect to the conservative cause on campus, especially here at The Arch Conservative. Of course, even in the case that it wasn’t, the result of Saturday’s season opener at Sanford Stadium would have mediated it all. Wednesday, UGA’s College Republicans Chapter held an…

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UGA College Republicans Host Rep. Allen Peake for Discussion on Medical Pot

On Wednesday night, UGA College Republicans invited Representative Allen Peake to speak on the status of medical cannabis legalization in Georgia. Rep. Peake is one of the more vocal Republican legislators currently advocating for the legalization and cultivation of medical cannabis in the state of Georgia. Rep. Peake’s work towards legalization…

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EDITORIAL: On Affirmative Action

Affirmative Action Yields Little Progress on Campus For Blacks and Hispanic,” read the lead piece in Friday’s New York Times (August 25). Just as readers began to gasp in disbelief that the Times would report on the failure and destructiveness of affirmative action, that gasp soon became a sigh (of…

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UGA Demosthenian Society Removes Robert E. Lee Portrait from Historic Hall  

On Thursday evening, the Demosthenian Literary Society debated a resolution to remove a portrait of Confederate Army leader Robert E. Lee from the top floor of their 200-year-old debate hall. The resolution arrived on the agenda after violence erupted at a rally protesting the removal of a statue of the…

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Welcome Back!

With great excitement and much anticipation, The Arch Conservative welcomes you back to what will undoubtedly be another year of fruitful discourse, unapologetic editorials, interesting coverage, and hopefully—knock on wood—a successful senior season for Nick Chubb and his teammates between the hedges.   With the beginning of the semester, as…

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Terry Professor Redacts Grade Selection Policy after Media Backlash

A controversial policy listed in a UGA professor’s Fall course syllabus that allowed students to choose their final grade if they felt the grade they earned was not fair is quickly halted after widespread national criticism.   An article published yesterday by Campus Reform correspondent Anthony Gockowski contained a screenshot…

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Weekly Podcast: Conservatism vs. the GOP, Identity Politics, and the Future of Politics in America

New Contributor Connor Foarde, Editor Emeritus Connor Kitchings, contributor Grayson Hertel, and Editor-in-Chief Nick Geeslin discuss the difference between the GOP and Conservative philosophy. The discussion quickly turns to the cerebral and concepts regarding politics as they stand today. —The Editors

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