Ariana Rowlands

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Ariana Rowlands is the President of College Republicans at UC Irvine, where she is studying Business Information Management. She has lived in Southern California all her life and her passion is to help discover and mobilize conservative youth in the very liberal state of California.

Articles From Ariana

Letter: Berkeley won’t budge on bogus $6,300 ‘security’ fee for Milo event


Following a letter sent by the Berkeley College Republicans (BCR) to UC Berkeley’s Chancellor disputing the $6,372 security fees the school had imposed upon the group to host popular conservative pundit Milo Yiannopoulos, the school issued a scolding response to the group, calling their claims “baseless.” The letter sent by BCR to administrators earlier this […]

Ariana Grande brands herself as a sexual object, but complains when treated as one

FILE - In this May 18, 2014 file photo, Ariana Grande performs at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, in Las Vegas. Grande has apologized for licking doughnuts and speaking harsh words about America for a second time in a new video. The singer said in the clip posted late Thursday, July 9, 2015, that she’s “disgusted with myself.” She added that she didn’t clearly convey her true feelings in her first apology _ a written statement where she ranted about obesity in America.  (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, file)

On December 27th, Ariana Grande took to Twitter to air her grievances about witnessing her boyfriend’s fan calling her “sexy” and congratulating her boyfriend for “hitting that.” “This may not seem like a big deal to some of you but I felt sick and objectified,” said Grande, who frequently dons scantily clad outfits and takes […]

3 millennial Hispanics explain why they vote GOP (and how the Party can continue to grow)

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Hispanic voting trends benefited the GOP this election cycle, but the numbers are not favorable by any standard. National exit polls from the 2012 election show that Obama clinched 71 percent of the Latino vote while Romney managed 27 percent. Predictions said the news coverage of Donald Trump’s campaign, painting him as anti-Hispanic and anti-immigrant, […]