College Democrats and the Gephardt Institute have ramped up efforts to maintain high political engagement within the student body as the March 10 Democratic primaries and the November presidential election approach.
Many conservative students at Washington University often feel like they need to hide their political views or risk social isolation on a predominantly liberal campus.
We will not be endorsing Donald Trump for president.
The current problem with the U.S. national debt is not in the absolute amount of debt, but rather the rate at which debt is growing in relation to gross domestic product.
Given the controversy that ebbs and flows as the semester goes on that is adjunct faculty pay, we the College Republicans feel it would be valuable to enter into the discussion with an opposing (and we imagine not-so-popular) take on what is going on.
On Wednesday night, the Washington University College Republicans led students in planting 2,977 flags in honor of the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, with each flag representing one life lost in the attacks on the World Trade Center.
Wash. U. College Republicans believes that open and candid discourse on these matters is crucial to making progress toward a solution. But to truly take steps towards mutual understanding, it is important that all perspectives be presented, heard and validated.
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