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The Intercollegiate Review provides college students with the best of intellectual conservatism, introducing and exploring the ideas and principles behind conservative philosophy, politics, and economics. 


How can I subscribe to the Intercollegiate Review?

Subscribe by signing up here and selecting “Intercollegiate Review Weekly” underneath “Select the emails you want to receive.”  



When was the Intercollegiate Review founded?

The Intercollegiate Review was first published by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute in 1965.



What is the mission of the Intercollegiate Review?

We publish articles on a variety of topics. Not all of our authors or readers have the same opinions.What  a boring world that would be! But the Intercollegiate Studies Institute—and thereby the Intercollegiate Review—believes in and actively promotes six core principles: limited government, individual liberty, free markets, the rule of law, personal responsibility, and traditional morality. Our mission is to educate for liberty: inspiring college students to discover, embrace, and advance the principles and virtues that make America free and prosperous. 

DISCLAIMER: The opinions expressed by any author on the Intercollegiate Review, including but not limited to scholars, student bloggers, and those providing comments, are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, the Intercollegiate Review, or any employee thereof. The Intercollegiate Studies Institute and its publication Intercollegiate Review are not responsible for the accuracy of any of information or the opinions expressed on this site.



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How do I write for the IR?

We're always looking for talented writers to contribute to the Intercollegiate Review. If you're interested, let us know! 

Please submit all inquiries and submissions to Joseph Cunningham at