How to Navigate Liberal Professors on Your Campus

As a conservative student in college, you may encounter liberal professors or faculty/staff who hold opposing views. Encountering liberal bias as a new student is a difficult situation, and you may not know where to turn for help. In Karin A. Lips’ new book, You’re Not Alone: The Conservative Woman’s Guide to College, she discusses […]

How to Get Involved on Your College Campus as a Conservative Woman

College students who want to make the most of their college experience know that getting involved on campus can be a great way to make friends and gain valuable experience. At first, it may seem complicated when you are a freshman to start joining clubs and signing up for campus organizations – but once you […]

How Conservative Women Can Choose The Best College Campus

One of the best ways to better prepare yourself for college life is to research different types of colleges and your options. As conservative women, we want our beliefs to be heard and not threatened on campus. By adequately preparing for college, you set yourself up for success. In Karin Lips‘ new book, You’re Not […]

Intern Spotlight: Jaycee Tyler

We have been so grateful to have Jaycee Tyler on our team this semester as our Spring 2024 Chapters Intern. Jaycee is a senior at Texas Tech University. Q: How did you hear about NeW? I was recruited by Adelyn Spikes during my sophomore year at Texas Tech. She reached out to me on Instagram […]

Intern Spotlight: Elaine Gunthorpe

We have been so grateful to have Elaine Gunthorpe on our team this semester as our Spring 2024 Communications Intern. Elaine is a senior at Christendom College. Q: How did you hear about NeW?  When friends of mine brought the chapter to campus, I knew that I had to learn more and join immediately. I […]

How to Make the Most of Your College Experience

“In the end, we only regret the chances we didn’t take.” – Lewis Carroll  Going into college, my mom gave me a piece of advice that she heard on a podcast: be an “opportunity collector.” If an opportunity comes along, take it. It doesn’t matter if you do not feel qualified or if you do […]

5 Spring Cleaning Tips for National Get Organized Day

Spring cleaning has become a popular concept in today’s culture, and for good reason. With the weather getting warmer and the days getting longer, now is the perfect time to tidy up your space to create more order in your life! Hear some of our top tips for a successful spring cleaning.   1- Have […]

How NeW Prepared Me To Study Abroad

“If you never go, you’ll never know.” – Unknown From a young age, I have had a strong desire to travel to places I have never been before. I boarded my first international flight at the end of May 2022, studied abroad in London with my classmates for ten days, and then finished the trip […]

NeW Intern Shares About Experience in Israel

Chloe Sparwath, a NeW Fall 2021 Intern, shares about her experience participating in a trip to Israel with Passages. Why did you apply for this program? I traveled to Israel with Passages as a student in the summer of 2019. I applied to be a Passages Fellow to return to Israel to help other students […]

Intern Spotlight: Adelyn Spikes

We have been so grateful to have Adelyn Spikes on our team this semester as our Fall 2021 Communications Intern. Adelyn is a senior at Texas Tech University. How did you hear about NeW? I heard about NeW by going to a dinner with our Campus Coordinators when they were doing their trip in Texas to […]