Archive for September, 2017

Clemson Student Body VP and Senators Sit for the Pledge -Alexander Cullen

Clemson Student Body VP and Senators Sit for the Pledge -Alexander Cullen

September 27, 2017 at 6:14 pm 0 comments

In a demonstration of solidarity, 10 Student Senators and the Student Body Vice President, Jaren Stewart, chose to sit during the pledge of allegiance on Monday. Clemson Undergraduate Student Senate convenes on a weekly basis and begins with a brief moment of silence, a prayer, and the pledge of allegiance.Read More

An open Letter to Kelsey Costa -Seth Roddey

An open Letter to Kelsey Costa -Seth Roddey

September 21, 2017 at 2:12 pm 0 comments

Normally, I’m not one to be offended. And I’m definitely not the type to be up in arms about something negatively spoken – or in this case, written – about myself or my friends. However, today is different. Today, I read an article about how Ag majors are loud, unclean,Read More

Engaging the Left on Income Inequality -Joseph Lord

Engaging the Left on Income Inequality -Joseph Lord

September 19, 2017 at 4:23 pm 0 comments

  Over a weekend I attended an event at the Young America’s Foundation Headquarters in Reston, VA. While there, we heard from an interesting array of speakers from foreign policy experts to Trump-appointed Executive employees. One of the most interesting and engaging dialogues was a lecture by Dr. Anne Bradley,Read More

Betsy DeVos’s IX Reform and Student Civil Rights -Zachary Faria

Betsy DeVos’s IX Reform and Student Civil Rights -Zachary Faria

September 14, 2017 at 2:36 pm 0 comments

   On Thursday Betsy DeVos, Secretary of Education, announced that the Department of Education would be reviewing the Obama-era sexual assault guidelines that routinely stomped on the rights of accused students on campuses across the country. Under the Obama administration, the threat of having their Title IX funding pulled forcedRead More

A Freshman’s Experience with the CU 1000 “Community Dialogue” -Mary Grace Drwal

A Freshman’s Experience with the CU 1000 “Community Dialogue” -Mary Grace Drwal

September 8, 2017 at 8:32 pm 0 comments

As a conservative girl born and raised in western New Jersey, I consider myself very experienced in the realm of liberal administrations and their push to indoctrinate students with their political agendas.  It was to no surprise of my own when I walked into the Rhodes Annex for the mandatory CURead More

Southern Politics at Clemson -Dr. David Woodard

Southern Politics at Clemson -Dr. David Woodard

September 6, 2017 at 6:04 pm 0 comments

A spectre is haunting universities in the American South these days.  This time the hostility has new actors, but the plot of racial animosity is painfully familiar. The protestors are at war with history.  They want to destroy any vestige of what preceded their own awareness of society and replaceRead More