Penn State College Republicans Battle Inner Turmoil

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The group's chairman and adviser resigned this week, for reasons that are not clear. As he resigned, the adviser sent a letter urging local Republican officials to "sever all ties to this chapter of the College Republicans," the Daily Collegian reports. Officials who received the letter would not explain the former adviser's reasons. But the College Republicans plan to move on anyway; the group yesterday elected a new chairman, who said his "first order of business" will be to work with local Republicans. Maybe they'll have some advice about party unity.