Media & Press
Karin Agness on The Schilling Show
Karin Agness on The Andrea Tantaros Show
NeW at Cornell on 93.5 FM
In May, 2013, NeW at Cornell leaders Caroline, Laurel and Christie joined the 2013 Gentlemen of the Year Alfonse Muglia to talk about the Gentlemen’s Showcase on their local radio station.
Karin Agness on The Monica Crowley Show
In June, NeW Founder and President Karin Agness was interviewed by Monica Crowley during The Monica Crowley Show, a nationally syndicated radio show. She spoke about the work NeW had done over the past semester, and the Sixth Annual National Conference.
The Five, Fox News
March 28, 2014
The Five discussed the NeW Gentlemen’s Showcase.
Rising Stars, Hannity
August 15, 2013
Karin Agness was interviewed on Hannity on Fox News after being named to the Rising Stars program.
Are Conservative Women “Baby Palins”? Fox and Friends
August 26, 2011
Karin Agness was interviewed on Fox and Friends about a recent article in Elle magazine that referred to young conservative women as “Baby Palins.”
Women unhappy with “baby Palin” label, CNN’s American Morning
August 31, 2011
Karin Agness was interviewed on CNN American morning about a recent article in Elle magazine that referred to young conservative women as “Baby Palins.”
Conservative Women “Unfairly Criticized,” CNN’s American Morning
Karin Agness was interviewed for the following segment: Conservative Women “Unfairly Criticized,” Representative Bachmann decries double standard.
Jane Austen: ‘What, me sexy?’ CNN’s American Morning
Karin Agness was interviewed for the following CNN segment on Jane Austen.
“Move over, Angelina – make room for Jane. Jane Austen.
This beloved author of the ultimate “chick” novel turns 235 years old this week, yet she still sets hearts aflutter.
Austen’s novels, where the art of conversation between the sexes reigns supreme, remain popular even among today’s technology-obsessed, multi-tasking young women. On Facebook, Austen has 246,952 fans, who call themselves “Janeites.” The Jane Austen Society of America has 65 regional groups and counts 4,000 members.”
Click on the video above to watch the interview or click on this link to read the full article.
Where has Chivalry Gone? Good Morning! Arizona
NeW at Arizona State University Chapter President Blayne Bennett was interviewed in Good Morning! Arizona.
Looking for a few good gentlemen on the campus of ASU. That is the goal of our next guest.
Click on the video above to watch the interview
Here are some articles by NeW Founder Karin Agness.
Remember the Wonder of Men, American Thinker
Good Advice for Twenty-Somethings: Life is Happening Now, The Huffington Post
Yes, There are Gentlemen on Campus, The Washington Examiner
The Effects of Media’s Focus on Women Candidates’ Appearance Aren’t Pretty, The Huffington Post
More Than a Woman: Voters Must Pick Candidates Based on Policy, Not Gender, U.S. News & World Report
Winning Back College Campuses, Townhall.com
They’re No Sandra Flukes | Townhall Magazine
The Network of enlightened Women gives ladies the opportunity to learn more about conservative ideals in a collegiate setting.
Click here to read more.
Let’s Give Chivalry Another Chance | The Atlantic
The NeW Gentlemen’s Showcase was mentioned in an article in The Atlantic, Let’s Give Chivalry Another Chance.
Forbes 30 under 30 | Forbes Magazine
Forbes magazine selected NeW Founder Karin Agness for its 30 under 30 list for Law & Policy. Here is a description of the list: “”These are the people who aren’t waiting to reinvent the world. FORBES, leaning on the wisdom of its readers and the greatest minds in business, presents the 30 disrupters under 30, in each of 12 fields, making a difference right now.”
What the New Feminists Look Like | More Magazine
We know. We know. We’ve seen the divide. And we’ve heard it at events￼ we’ve thrown—some of you, standing in the back with your arms crossed, saying, “You call yourselves feminists?! when I was your age, I was marching on D.C. . . .” Well, yeah. But in 2010, the stakes have changed. The standard bearers for a new generation are out there. They just approach activism in a different way. Here are the names you need to know now.
Are Hookups Killing College Romance? | The Richmond-Times Dispatch
College freshmen quickly learn that “hooking up” means engaging in a physical relationship with someone who you may or may not have known beforehand and with whom you have little or no expectation of a future relationship. The last few years have been especially big years for hooking up, not because college students are hooking up more, but because academics, journalists, and doctors have begun writing about it.
Mallard Fillmore comic by Bruce Tinsley
Meet Heritage Featured Facebook Fan Karin Agness The Heritage Foundation
As a junior at the University of Virginia, Karin Agness was walking home from class when she stopped at the campus Womens Center. After taking a brief tour, she asked a representative about helping her found a club for conservative women on campus, an idea that had captivated Agness since completing an internship on Capitol Hill.
“She looked at me like I was crazy,” Agness told The Heritage Foundation. “She said ‘not here.’”
Who is Saving Feminism? The Insider Online
Over the past 35 years, women’s happiness has “declined both absolutely and relative to men,” according to a well-publicized Wharton business school study called “The Paradox of Declining Female Happiness.” The paradox, according to the authors, is that female happiness has declined while feminism has concurrently achieved great shifts of rights and bargaining power from men to women. How could that be?
The 2010 National Conference of the Network of enlightened Women (the group deliberately chooses not to capitalize the “e” in “enlightened”) offers the young women attending a provocative answer: Something has gone wrong with feminism. One of the keynote speakers at the conference is Christina Hoff Sommers, who 15 years ago famously tweaked the likes of Gloria Steinem and Betty Friedan with her book Who Stole Feminism?