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Election Review

It’s that time of the year again! Student body president elections are underway and these candidates are looking to carve a spot for themselves at the top of student government. Here, I’ll try and give an overview of the candidates and their platforms so that you can make the most…

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From the Editor-in-Chief

Dear Readers, As you may know, Carolina Review’s editor-in-chief, Bryson Piscitelli, resigned from the publication. He is now working with Carolina Coalition, a collection of students who, as senators in our student government, want to be the servants and stewards of our great university. I want first to thank Bryson…

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Let’s Go Brandon: Politics and Memes

By: Elijah Parish To paraphrase the entire philosophy of Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci: the ruling class can’t meme. In a bit more depth, he viewed intellectual movements as being split between ruling intellectuals who perpetuate the regime and organic intellectuals who arise naturally to challenge the status quo. Ruling intellectuals…

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Just Watch the Tapes

By: Elijah Parish Take the blue pill, and you don’t leave your echo chamber. You continue to be deceived and think Rittenhouse being found innocent is yet another example of the evils of the American legal system. Take the red pill, and you realize this is one of the most…

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