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Eva Stories Shows The Holocaust Through Instagram

“Hi, my name is Eva. Welcome to my page.” With eight words, a young Jewish girl hooks you into her story. Eva Heyman welcomes you to her page with vlog-like videos, all-too-familiar Boomerangs, and hashtags. She films herself purposely bumping into her crush at an ice cream stand. Then, it [...]

5 Things To Know Before You Take An Internship Away From Home

It’s officially internship season! In the next few weeks, students will be accepting and announcing internship positions for the summer in order to apply what they learned in the classroom to real-world experiences. As an engineer, internships are required to graduate in our department, and employers are looking for internship [...]

The Ultimate CPAC 2019 Bucket List

It’s officially the week of CPAC! The Conservative Political Action Conference, hosted by the American Conservative Union, is one of the largest gatherings of conservatives every year. Taking place at the Gaylord National Resort and Conference Center in National Harbor, Maryland, the event regularly draws thousands of attendees for the [...]

California GOP Elects First Female Party Leader

On Sunday, Jessica Patterson was elected the new chairman of the California Republican Party. Her election breaks a few glass ceilings, since she is the first female chair, the first Latino chair, and the first Millennial chair. Patterson is a native of Simi Valley, which sits in the northwest corner [...]

10 Best Signs From the March For Life

On Friday, January 18th, hundreds of thousands of people descended upon Washington D.C. to march in the March for Life. The March for Life is an annual rally hosted in D.C. every January since 1974, on or around the date that Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973. The March [...]

5 GOP Women To Watch In The 116th Congress

On January 3rd, the 116th Congress of the United States was sworn in. It has been well publicized that this is the most diverse class of all time, with female representation up 22% from the 115th Congress. Several Republican women have already been named to crucial leadership posts and others [...]

7 Conservative Organizations To Donate To On #GivingTuesday

Giving Tuesday, the last of the themed shopping days for the season, traces its roots back to 2012. Through a grassroots campaign, the day went mainstream, and many organizations quickly jumped on the wagon to encourage donations. This year, thousands of organizations put together donation drives, from large organizations to [...]