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Diana Stancy

Diana Stancy is a Communications Fellow at the Network of Enlightened Women.

Articles From Diana

Gentlemen exist! NeW announces winners for The Gentlemen Showcase

Who says gentlemen don’t exist anymore? The Network of enlightened Women, known as NeW, is challenging the narrative that gentlemen are extinct, as they recently named their two winners for The Gentlemen Showcase: Richard El-Rassy from the University of Florida for the College Contest, and Bill Dowhy from Atco, New Jersey, for the Under 30 Contest. […]

Why conservative millennials mustn’t settle for a passive Congress

Conservative millennials must hold elected officials accountable. That was the message Angela McGlowan, a political analyst for Fox News, delivered to a group of millennials attending the annual CPAC dessert party hosted by the Network of enlightened Women, also known as NeW. “It’s up to you. I enlist you to have a contract with Congress,” […]

Debate poll: More millennials support sending ground troops to fight ISIS

In last night’s fifth Republican debate, candidates proposed solutions to combat ISIS, revealing an ideological divide among the party concerning national security. Terrorism remains on American’s minds as the most important problem facing the United States, according to recent polls from Gallup and the Pew Research Center, among others. In favor of strengthened U.S. involvement […]

U.S. Census Bureau: For the first time ever, more women than men hold bachelor’s degrees

We have heard for several decades that more women than men are going to college and earning degrees. But now the demographic shift is official: for the first time in history more women than men hold bachelor’s degrees. According to an Oct. 2015 report from the U.S. Census Bureau, 2014 was the first year in which the […]

Free College Textbooks? Sen. Durbin’s plan for online books

Earlier this month, the Senate introduced legislation attempting to subsidize the cost of college textbooks. If passed, the bill known as the Affordable College Textbook Act would give colleges and universities national grants to provide students, professors and researchers free, online access to textbooks. According to Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL), the key architect of the Senate […]