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10 Things To Let Go Of During Spring Cleaning

Overwhelmed and overworked? As conservative, college women, this is often our regular routine. We have deserved a relaxing spring break, especially before summer begins and we rock our summer internships in D.C. Take this time to organize your belongings and focus on things that matter. We can easily forget that [...]

19 Inspiring Female Anthems to Carry You into 2019

Whether you’re singing Taylor Swift aloud on the treadmill, reading your pocket Constitution at the library, or working hard to make your American Dream come true, we can all appreciate the goodness that inspiring music radiates. 2018 was full of ups and downs, but what delivered me to the end [...]

5 Things I Learned About America from Living Abroad

Ask anyone what tops their bucket list and most will say ‘study abroad’ or something of the like. I am one of those people and I am writing today to talk about what I would consider a very unique experience of my time living abroad for four months. As part [...]

So You Want to Run a Half-Marathon? Here’s Why You Should

Are you addicted to setting ‘unrealistic’ goals and then meeting them, just to prove that they weren’t so unrealistic? Do you want to really reach your potential? Do you, for some odd reason, enjoy being the ‘crazy’ friend that does what no one else wants to? Maybe a half-marathon is [...]

A Conservative Response To Big Tech’s Censorship

Political commentator Dave Rubin of the Rubin Report recently sat down with economist Eric Weinstein for a dialogue on the future of the intellectual dark web. Immediately, one is drawn in to the exciting discussion across party lines, both belonging to entirely different schools of thought. They highlight the importance [...]

Why Liberalism Failed by Patrick Deenan Will Change Your Life

Professor Patrick Deenan of the University of Notre Dame published Why Liberalism Failed earlier this year. The title surely strikes its audience, but even more so, Deenan’s work provides a framework for critiquing the current state of political affairs. He does this by providing an analysis of American political history [...]

5 Female Fitness Myths Debunked

I was recently in the gym, squatting like so, when a man approached me and said, “Wow, you are really part of the boy’s club now!” Knock knock. Reality check. Personal fitness is an affiliate for women, too, if not a friend. This friend should be there to inspire us, [...]

3 Reasons You Should Be Caring About Healthcare

Personal health is more than just a personal problem. It is a national security concern that collaborates with ethical complications for limited government and principles of compromise. It is so simple to neglect our personal health in our world of omnipotent technology, entertainment, and outright busyness. Excuses, however, are as [...]

Rise and Shine: 4 Ways To Become A Morning Person

What happened to the phrase ‘rise and shine?’ Nobody shines anymore since we are plagued with inefficiency. Social media, procrastination, and blatantly inefficient habits keep us all awake at night later than we are comfortable admitting. It seems that essentially everyone deems themselves as a night owl, but I challenge [...]

They Told Me I’m ‘Too Conservative’

Has anyone ever told you that you are ‘too conservative?’ For anyone who is an outspoken campus conservative, you can relate when I say that it is not always easy. It can seem as if socializing is a difficult road to navigate, walking on eggshells around our peers. Sometimes where [...]