Bailey Wayland

George Mason University

I grew up in a very small town in central Virginia, where it seemed like everyone’s ideas about politics were either the same or nonexistent. Coming to George Mason University, I was surrounded by people whose ideas were completely different from mine— and I had no idea how to approach them. I found myself being self-conscious about my views, especially when a liberal professor wanted to mock conservative values. When I first checked out NeW at Mason, I quickly found a place where I was surrounded by young women who shared some of the same ideals as me. Since joining the Chapter, I have been able to participate in discussions about issues that I would have been intimidated to have a discourse about before. I am a conservative because I believe firmly in the Constitution, equality for all, and limited government.

Latest News

NeW at the University of Florida Strengthens Bonds With Charcuterie Board Night

NeW at the University of Florida made a point to get together and connect during the anti-social COVID-19 pandemic with a fun charcuterie board night on February 21, 2021. Six women from the chapter gathered at an executive board member’s apartment for an evening of social engagement. The ladies had a great time getting to

Read more

NeW at the University of South Florida Hosts Spring Dinner Social

NeW at the University of South Florida marked the start of the spring semester with a dinner social with Alexis Flowers, NeW Director of Programs, on February 19, 2021. The chapter used grant money to purchase items for small gift bags, which included an assortment of Valentine’s Day chocolates and NeW merchandise, to serve as

Read more

Show Off Your NeW Pride in a NeW Mask

Shop Now