Diana Stancy

When I first started college, I gained a valuable skill: I was forced to defend the values that I cherished, upheld, and believed in with every fiber of my being. As I continued college, my political efficacy developed and I realized the “why?” of my political convictions. I’m a conservative because I believe in personal responsibility and individuality. I want to keep what I’ve worked hard for and I don’t want to share my paycheck with the government. Ultimately, I’m a conservative because conservatism empowers me to accomplish my goals and be the kind of woman who can make a difference in the world.

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Chapter Spotlight: The University Of Pennsylvania

As part of its Chapter Spotlight, NeW caught up with President Laura Whelan and Vice President Isabella Tagliaferri of NeW at the University of Pennsylvania (NeW at Penn). Learn about the great work and events NeW at Penn is doing! What does it mean to you to be a conservative? Laura: To me, being...

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Chapter Spotlight: American University

As part of our Chapter Spotlight, NeW caught up with NeW at AU President Grayson Campo, Outreach Director Elise Stebick, and Vice President Peyton Smith. Check out what they had to say about being conservative and what NeW at AU is doing to combat liberal bias on campus! What does it mean to you...

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