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“Make Campus Great Again”

Lauren Cooley graduated from Furman in 2014 with a degree in political science.

Lauren Cooley ’14 was a political activist when she was a student at Furman, and that is still true today. She writes and speaks about conservative causes, and she was recently interviewed on the Glenn Beck show. CNN caught up with Cooley as she kicked off her “Make Campus Great Again” speaking tour in an effort to motivate conservative students to embrace political activism.

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