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American Forum - A NeW Generation of Women: How Conservative Women are Reclaiming College Campuses

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Karin Agness
April 18, 2007
11:00AM (EDT)

Karin Agness
Karin Agness

Karin Agness is the Founder and National President of the Network of enlightened Women (NeW), the nation's premier organization for conservative university women. Started as a book club at the University of Virginia in the fall of 2004, NeW has been replicated on college campuses throughout the country and has grown to 15 chapters nationwide. NeW aims to cultivate a community of conservative women and further enhance their education. NeW is also dedicated to expanding the intellectual diversity on university campuses. NeW members meet regularly to discuss issues relating to politics, gender and conservative principles. NeW has been featured in TIME Online, National Review Online, The Washington Times, Women's enews and Mallard Fillmore comic strips. Agness, who is in her first year of law school at UVA, has appeared on the Laura Ingraham Radio Show, Bruce Elliott Radio Show and the Washington Journal on C-SPAN.

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