Chris Kulawik

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Kulawik would be considered a "normal" at most universities, but is viewed as an extreme right-wing fascist at Columbia. In an interview with the [[New York Times]] he referred to himself as the "most hated person on campus".<ref>Reference required.</ref>
 
Kulawik would be considered a "normal" at most universities, but is viewed as an extreme right-wing fascist at Columbia. In an interview with the [[New York Times]] he referred to himself as the "most hated person on campus".<ref>Reference required.</ref>
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Kulawik also write a column called "Chris Shrugged" for the [[Columbia Spectator]].<ref>[http://www.columbiaspectator.com/home/index.cfm?buttonPushed=1&event=displaysearchresults&q=chris+shrugged&tiOrderType=1 Kulawik's column in the Spec]</ref> During his first year of writing the column, he would often write columns to provoke campus leftists, for example calling for the renaming of the Malcolm X Lounge. In the past year, however, he seems to have moderated his rhetoric somewhat.
  
 
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Revision as of 00:45, 16 April 2007

Chris Kulawik
Kulawik on Fox
See also Chris Kulawik's entry in Columbia's directory.

Chris Kulawik, CC '08, is a well-known conservative student.

He was once president of C4, and is now head of the College Republicans. He has helped bring John Ashcroft and the Minutemen to campus. The latter event prompted the Minuteman stage-rush incident.

Kulawik would be considered a "normal" at most universities, but is viewed as an extreme right-wing fascist at Columbia. In an interview with the New York Times he referred to himself as the "most hated person on campus".[1]

Kulawik also write a column called "Chris Shrugged" for the Columbia Spectator.[2] During his first year of writing the column, he would often write columns to provoke campus leftists, for example calling for the renaming of the Malcolm X Lounge. In the past year, however, he seems to have moderated his rhetoric somewhat.

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  2. Kulawik's column in the Spec
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