For many of us, College Republicans has become more than a campus club, but a family. A community. A place where we belong. A place to learn and grow while forming lifelong friendships. A place where we can freely share our ideas, beliefs, and values without fear of the social stigma many of us face for no reason other than being a Republican on a college campus. A place to gain confidence and develop leadership skills.
It is for these reasons that I urge our CR chapters to continue their programming remotely this semester. Use this chance to grow your CR family wider while strengthening the existing bonds. Make sure people know that their family in College Republicans cares about them and hasn’t forgotten about them during this time of great uncertainty and isolation.