Posts tagged ‘ArchCon UGA’

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,…

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SGA Unveils Plan for Late-Night Transportation

Three new routes and a shuttle service will provide UGA students extended late-night service to Milledge Avenue, Riverbend, East Campus, Family Housing, and Health Sciences Campus…

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Revisionists, Racists, and the Real Robert E. Lee

We can learn from Lee’s character, but only if we endeavor to present it clearly …

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‘White Privilege:’ A Barrier to Genuine Discussion

White privilege serves no purpose but to further politicize an already-too-tribalistic and polarized political atmosphere. Instead of fanning the flames of identity politics, we should take a sober look at the data available on racial class structure in the United States, and foster a genuine discussion about how to mend the trends to which those on the Left all-too-often blame on the mystical notion of ‘white privilege.’

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ArchCon Named CN ‘Publication of the Year’

On the final night of events at the 2017 CN Editor’s Conference, The Arch Conservative accepted the “Publication of the Year” honor. The award recognizes a publication that is consistently active on social media, publishes quality content, retains a meaningful influence on campus, and has an attractive brand, layout, and design.

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An Introduction to The Arch Conservative’s “Columns”

In keeping with our quest to streamline the conservative voice on campus, The Arch Conservative begins a new endeavor entitled “Columns.” The effort is meant to offer consolidated homes for specific…

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The Boy Who Cried Collusion

The Leftist mainstream simply cannot help itself from hysteria surrounding the fabled “Russian connection.” In doing so, journalists turning the gears of the New York/Washington media…

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“Holy War and Unholy Terror” – Bernard Lewis and the “Crisis of Islam”

The Crisis of Islam is an economical read for the unfamiliar Westerner desiring an entry-level understanding of the Muslim World and its history, its struggles and triumphs, its relationship with the West, and its extremists’ claims to scripture.

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UGA Alumni Contend for State Office

Brian Kemp, David Shafer, Chris Carr, and Gary Black are among the illustrious University of Georgia alumni vying for state office.

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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…

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