This week, Anthony Palumbo and Jordan Lancaster discuss the importance of freedom of speech on college campuses, while Ben and Spencer discuss the latest in Wake Forest sports. Special guests: Jack Beyrer (’21) and Sabin Sidney (’18).
Anthony Palumbo and Jordan Lancaster return for another semester of podcasting! This episode, we discuss campus conservatism and introduce the Sports Corner with Ben and John. Special guests: Michael Dougherty of National Review, Jack Beyrer (’21), and Sabin Sidney (’18).
Sabin discusses the second amendment with Congressman Ted Budd, and Anthony and Ciara discuss veterans affairs and how the government can improve its care. Our friend Harold Eustache comes back! Guests include Congressman Ted Budd, Farahn Morgan (’11, JD ’14), and Harold Eustache.
Wake Forest Review hosts a first-of-its-kind presidential roundtable discussion with all candidates for Student Government President. Hosts Sabin Sidney and Ryan Wolfe discuss a variety of issues on topics including well-being, diversity and inclusion, and the role of student government. Candidates include Suyash Keshari, Spencer Schiller, and William Morgan. Election […]
Wake Forest Review Executive Director discusses terrorism with Professor Tom Brister, Ryan Wolfe interviews Maia Kennedy on her experiences in Student Government, and Anthony and Ciara interview American Conservative Union Matt Schlapp. Guests include Maia Kennedy (’20), Tom Brister, and Matt Schlapp.
Anthony and Ciara discuss what are the conservative solutions to healthcare reform, and analyze the flaws with Rob the flaws of Obamacare and the current GOP healthcare plan. Also, Kimberly Corban joins Wake Forest Review to tell her story. Special guests include Kimberly Corban (@Kimberly_Corban) and Robert H. Wall (’98).
Anthony and Ciara discuss the conservative solutions to rebuilding the inner cities and analyze local politics of crime and development in Winston-Salem. Guests include Michael Tuffey (’19), Mr. Elliot Berke (B.A ’93), and Mr. Harold J. Eustache (J.D ’14).