Posts from the ‘Campus News’ category

The Shapiro Effect: When Facts Meet Feelings on College Campuses

Once bastions of free thought, speech, and creativity, America’s universities have become safe spaces for authoritarian, leftist thinkers and ideologies. From the University of Missouri’s Dr.…

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The Arch Conservative In Print, Summer 2017

Enlightening insight and astute opinions combine with aesthetic appeal to produce this, the Summer 2017 edition of The Arch Conservative in print. Check it out below…

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Podcast & Notes: A Discussion of Conservative Feminism & TAC’s Spring Lecture

Last Wednesday, The Arch Conservative brought some unintended controversy to campus at the Miller Learning Center. Contributing guest Jake Carnes, Marketing Coordinator Sarah Montgomery, and Editor-in-Chief Nick Geeslin recap…

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The Arch Conservative Hosts Karin Agness Lips for “Opportunity Feminism”

Two weeks ago saw the beginning of quite a bit of insolence and vitriol as The Arch Conservative set up a Facebook page for a guest…

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Thoughts on a Free Market from Dr. Lawrence Reed

On Tuesday, March 28, Dr. Lawrence W. Reed, president of the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), was invited by Young Americans for Liberty to speak about…

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Podcast & Notes: Two Sides – Discussing Campus Carry

Contributor & Chairman of the Georgia Association of College Republicans Brennan Mancil represents those in favor of the legislation; Editor for GPR & Service Coordinator for…

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‘The War on Radical Islam’: Retired Lt. Col. Allen West to Speak at UGA

ATHENS, GA—The Young Americans for Freedom chapter at the University of Georgia is to host a lecture by retired Lieutenant Colonel Allen West on Tuesday, April…

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TEDxUGA: Misconceptions on American Fear

Friday, March 24, the Classic Center hosted UGA faculty members and students to share their unique ideas and perspectives on technology, relationships, science, politics, and other…

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TEDxUGA: Freelancing & Narcissism in America

This year’s TEDxUGA event unveiled a compilation of accomplished and distinguished speakers that shared their ideas on anything ranging from politics, work, art, and even to…

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Question Everything (and Everyone)

The beauty of university, of the classical idea of the liberal education that we are supposed to receive in our four years at college is rooted…

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