NeW at Wake Forest: Another NeW Thing in NC!

February 1, 2010 | NeW Staff

This week, NeW is welcoming another chapter to our North Carolina network.  Congratulations to Allison at Wake Forest University for bringing NeW to her campus!  Allison is looking forward to providing an opportunity for conservative women to come together on her campus and learn about the issues affecting them.  When I asked Allison why she was compelled to bring NeW to her campus, this is what she said:

“I feel like there is a dedicated and active conservative female population which is not well-represented on my campus.  Sometimes, in this liberal college environment, I feel like conservatives, women especially, can be hesitant to embrace and exhibit their conservative values and ideas.  NeW would be a perfect venue for like-minded women to join together as an organization to influence change and open communication.”

She is right!  For so many conservative college women, NeW fills a niche on campus never before met.  Good luck to Allison and her fellow NeW members at Wake Forest.  We look forward to watching them grow on their campus and join with the other NeW chapters in North Carolina!
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