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Topic: College Republicans
Stanford University reversed their decision regarding the university’s College Republicans chapter, when the university initially said that an American flag design would not be permitted as the chapter’s new t-shirts logo.
College Republicans at Stanford University were denied their new logo, which the chapter alleged was due to the incorporation of the American flag.
Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville settled a $10,000 lawsuit with the College Republicans chapter over freedom of speech on the college campus.
San Diego State University’s College Republican chapter president is in a controversial position due to a letter he wrote about how Muslim students should condemn the terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain.
So much for diversity: College students and faculty at Orange Coast College want to boot the College Republicans chapter from their campus.
The New York Times runs a profile piece on College Republicans at the liberal bastion known as the University of California-Berkeley.
A hunger strike at Yale is met with a barbecue by the College Republicans at Yale.
Administrators at Cal-Berkeley made it difficult for the College Republicans chapter to schedule speaker David Horowitz, which they ended up canceling.
Why does Cornell University charge for extra security for College Republican events and not for College Democrats? That is the question that is circulating among Cornell’s College Republicans: The Cornell Republicans tell a similar story….