Posts tagged ‘Blake Seitz’

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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Don’t ‘Rock’ the Vote. Understand It.

You will find no pressing election day coverage here. For that, there’s Twitter.com. Instead, I want to fulminate for a few hundred words about civic responsibility on…

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Adams, Jefferson & the ‘Islamic State’

In 1785, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson met in London with Abd Al-Rahman, the Ambassador of Tripoli, to discuss the province’s bad habit of abducting American…

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Sandinistas & Athens Baristas

“If the nuclear missiles had remained, we would have used them against the very heart of America, including New York City … We will march the…

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The Question of ‘Terror Selfies’

Yesterday, Islamic State barbarians decapitated an American prisoner, the courageous journalist James Wright Foley. In the video message recording Foley’s execution, his murderers threaten to kill captive…

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ON CAMPUS: Young Americans for Liberty v. Morehead

Welcome, Peach Pundit readers! We are preparing to mothball the web site for the summer, but a recent bit of news requires our attention. As you…

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D.C.’s Influence Peddlers

We here at THE ARCH CONSERVATIVE are critical of Washington, D.C. because it is a cosseted bizarro world of transactional relationships and unearned affluence. We are…

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Marshall Mathers Grows Up

THE ARCH CONSERVATIVE, unlike other campus publications I could mention, does not devote much attention to rap music. As editor, I don’t lose sleep about the…

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ON CAMPUS: Regents Approve Smoking Ban

“This is about behavior modification.” Yesterday, “after little discussion” according to news reports, the Board of Regents unanimously approved the Tobacco and Smoke-Free Campus Policy, which…

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ON CAMPUS: Athens Mayoral Debate

On Wednesday night, the Athens Political Union and UGA Young Democrats hosted a debate between Mayor Nancy Denson and Tim Denson, the two candidates for mayor…

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