Founded in 1765 by students such as James Madison and Aaron Burr, The American Whig-Cliosophic Society is the oldest collegiate political society in the United States.
Part of what makes Whig Clio so great are the subsidiary organizations. Specialized to different areas of politics, most members of Whig Clio call one of these four organizations their home.
The American Whig-Cliosophic Society, or Whig-Clio, is an undergraduate organization at Princeton University located in Whig Hall.
The Governing Council of Whig Clio is in charge of managing the affairs of the society. The positions of President, Vice President, Director of Program, President of the Senate, Secretary, and Whig and Clio Party Chairs are elected by the all members of the society, and serve a 1 year term. The appointed positions are…