Sydney Berman

Boston University

After three months interning for NeW, I left DC inspired. Finally, I can put a strong arguments behind the issues I have always supported, but could never voice. I learned why free speech matters. I wrote a controversial article explaining why I believe life begins at conception. I can now advocate that being pro-woman means supporting yourself and motivating women to succeed, instead of driving them to play the victim card.

Most people assume that I’m a liberal feminist because I’m a teenage girl from a major city. I stand for self-expression without limitations, and I stand for my right to break the stereotypes of what my ideals are supposed to be. I am an 18 year-old female, and I am a college student, but I don’t think that anyone has the right to assume what I believe, because this is what a conservative looks like.

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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

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NeW at the University of South Carolina Celebrates Valentine’s Day

In honor of Valentine’s Day, NeW at the University of South Carolina decorated holiday cookies while talking about public policy on February 11, 2021. Eighteen women from the chapter attended the event, during which they discussed regulations and restrictions implemented upon small businesses across the country during the global coronavirus pandemic. They also examined instances in which

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