College Republicans Ask Trump To Roll Back Employment Programs For Foreign Nationals Amid Economic Downturn

In the face of an unprecedented economic downturn caused by the coronavirus, leaders of College Republican groups across the U.S. have asked President Donald Trump to roll back two temporary worker programs for foreign nationals.

In a letter delivered to the White House Friday, College Republican leaders from several universities urged Trump to suspend the country’s H-1B program and abolish the Optional Practical Training program (OPT) — two programs that temporarily employ foreign workers.

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Grand Valley State University Reinstates Pledge of Allegiance Before Student Senate Meetings

The Grand Valley State University (GVSU) Student Senate has reinstated the Pledge of Allegiance to its “internal operating agenda” after voting last week to stop reciting the pledge at its meetings.

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Commentary: Clouded by a Progressive Fog and Funded by the Establishment, College Republicans Buckle to their Liberal ‘Betters’

by Eric Lendrum   One would think that in the age of a massively successful Republican president like Donald Trump, most conservative college organizations would be rushing to hitch their wagons to his rising star. But as it turns out, the ignorance and naivety of the Republican elite is not limited…

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Conservative Grad Kathryn Hinderaker Shares Her Story: ‘I’ve Spent the Last Four Years Defending Myself’

by Kathryn Hinderaker   I just graduated from St. Olaf College after receiving an education I didn’t expect. That’s because as a conservative at my small, Minnesota-based liberal arts institution, I’ve spent the last four years defending myself against personal and political attacks from professors and peers alike. The most…

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Conservative Grad Kathryn Hinderaker Shares Her Story: ‘I’ve Spent the Last Four Years Defending Myself’

by Kathryn Hinderaker   I just graduated from St. Olaf College after receiving an education I didn’t expect. That’s because as a conservative at my small, Minnesota-based liberal arts institution, I’ve spent the last four years defending myself against personal and political attacks from professors and peers alike. The most…

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