COLLEGE REPUBLICANS


4/12/2018 10:21pm

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UNC goes to Washington: Graduates reflect on their paths to politics

Politicians like N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper and U.S. Rep. David Price, D-N.C., were involved in a variety of campus extracurriculars during their undergraduate careers at UNC, which set them on their political careers.  “There’s no set pathway to get into any career, but especially with politics it’s so liquid to get to that point,”  UNC sophomore Serena Singh said.  Singh, who was recently elected co-chairperson of Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Outreach Committee in the Undergraduate Executive Branch, said having political role models is beneficial because it shows you don’t have to go to law school to go into politics. 


11/22/2016 12:50am

Jenny Wheeler

UNC's campus reacts to a Trump presidency

An American-born Muslim female UNC student walks down Franklin Street and hears shouts of “Go Trump, you lost.” An American-born Hispanic male UNC student is scared of having to drop out of college because his parents may be deported.


10/22/2014 11:45pm

Kay Hagan targeted for flip-flop on Ebola

Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan issued a statement on Friday calling for a travel ban on West African countries affected by Ebola and a larger coordinated effort to deal with the ongoing outbreak — and the N.C. Republican Party is accusing her of flip-flopping on the issue.


10/22/2014 1:10am

Former U.S. Treasurer Bay Buchanan spoke about her misgivings with modern feminism during an event hosted by the UNC College Republicans Tuesday.

Former US Treasurer Bay Buchanan critiques feminism

Former U.S. Treasurer Bay Buchanan, who served in President Ronald Reagan’s administration, spoke to students Tuesday about what she called the failures of modern feminism and the need for strong leadership in America today.