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Welcome to our Fall Interns

Young Voices is excited to welcome onto our team for the Fall, Alex Gugliuzza and Ethan Pritchard. You can learn a bit about them here.

Ethan is a recent graduate with a Bachelors in Management from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at University of Maryland. A Maryland native, he got his start as an auto mechanic and later at a sheet metal manufacturing plant working on machines. He serves as a public relations intern with Young Voices.  He enjoys skateboarding, wrenching and drinking Flying Dog and other craft beer.

 

Alex is a development intern with Young Voices. He is pursuing a Bachelor Degree in Political Science and a Masters in Public Administration through his university’s combined BA/MPA program. He has interned on Capitol Hill, is the President of the Catholic Student Association, and is a supervisor at the AU Phonathon. Born and raised in New York City, Alex enjoys musical theater, improv and New York pizza.

Young Voices in the news this week (9/2 – 9/8)

Public Funding for Private Stadiums Is Bad Policy (RealClearSports) – Josh Smith

Threats to the 2nd Amendment (TheBlaze TV)  – Matthew Larosiere

Questioning College Rape Epidemic Could Get You Fired (Reason) – Liz Wolfe

Houston’s Zoning Wasn’t the Problem. (It Might Be Even Be Part of the Solution (CityLab) – Nolan Gray

No, the Trump White House is not trying to hide a report on sexual assault and rape (Examiner) – Liz Wolfe

Why does the New York Times think women had better sex under socialism? (Examiner) – Amelia Irvine

Creating Attractive Schools And Allowing Choice Integrates Without Force (Federalist) – Katie Modesitt

What French Ministers Suing a Media Agency Says About Europe’s Idea of Press Freedom (FEE) – Bill Wirtz

Sorry, Jeff Sessions, But We’re Just Not Experiencing A Drug Crime Wave (Federalist) – Josh Haggerty

Fossil Fuel Subsidies Deter Innovation (RealClearEnergy) – Josh Smith

Years After Recession, Labor Challenges Remain (RealClearPolicy) – Anil Niraula

Liz Wolfe talks terror and political speech live from the NYSE with Cheddar TV

Watch the whole interview HERE

Illinois Senate has passed a resolution to label white nationalism and neo-Nazism as threats, with the potential to be catalysts for domestic terrorism. This resolution could have unintended consequences, though. Liz Wolfe, managing editor at Young Voices, joins us to break down the legislation, and how millennials speak about free speech.