Raising the Standard at UGA since 2013.

On the Usefulness of the Publication

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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.

The Rise of the Hip-Right

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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.  

Paved with Good Intentions

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While T-SPLOST will more than likely pass in the liberal haven of Athens, it should be recognized as a poor measure, paving roads on the backs of the people it claims to serve. While well-intentioned, it falls short of its grandiose promises to aid the poor on paper and will likely fall far shorter in implementation.