As elections to become a board member of College Republics approach, it is important to remember that one should behave with class and respect for others. Winning a CR Election is no easy feat and holding a leadership role for GW’s second largest organization on campus is impressive. Here are some tips from CR’s Secretary, Lauren Wagner: 1. Listen carefully to the preceding board member of the position you are interested in. Every year, the current board members meet with candidates interested in their position. During these meetings the board members give details of their roles, discuss any difficulties they experienced, and answer questions. I advise that you come prepared with questions.
Last weekend, I had the opportunity to attend the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), an annual gathering of conservatives held in National Harbor, Maryland. I had first heard about CPAC during the 2016 election cycle, when many of the Republican candidates for President spoke at the conference, and I jumped on the opportunity to attend this year. Every year, CPAC features four days of dialogue and speeches headlined by major conservative activists and thinkers. Some of the most notable media personalities who spoke at the conference this year included Mark Levin, Glenn Beck, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Laura Ingraham, Tom Fitton, Candace Owens, Charlie Kirk, and many more. Additionall
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