By: Ari Rosenstein  | 

College Republicans Bash Clinton on TV (Vol. 58, Issue 7)

Over 20 students from YC, SCW, Cardozo Law School, and YC alumni attended the Rush Limbaugh Show on Tuesday, December 15. The show, in which the students participated, focused criticism on President-elect Bill Clinton's recently held economic conference, which Limbaugh dubbed a "toffee pull." The event, sponsored by the College Republicans, was held at an independent taping studio located at 515 W. 57th St. Jeff Stier, Chairman of the College Republicans at Yeshiva College, gave out tickets to students on a first-come-first-serve basis. "The event was intended to energize the students and to increase awareness for the College Republicans in YU," Stier commented. "It was also aimed to encourage the active involvement of students in the upcoming Rudolph Giuliani New York mayoral campaign."

Stier was extremely satisfed with the success of the event and stated that there were not enough tickets available for the number of students interested in attending. In addition, the show's producer invited Yeshiva University back for a "YU Night" in which Yeshiva University students and alumni would comprise the entire audience.