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The Intercollegiate Review is the magazine for liberty-loving students across America.


The Sentence That Knocked Down the Berlin Wall (But Almost Didn't)
Did Marx Get Something Right?
Did Muhammad Exist? — The Fallout
Why We Remember
The Superversive World of Harry Potter
Alexis de Tocqueville Pins the American Mind
Infographic: 4 Top Myths About the Crusades...Busted
Scottish Independence: Historically Justified?
Rad Trads and Rad Fems: Best Friends
University Diversity: An Anecdote
Drink Irresponsibly
Uber Competition Is Good for Society
Majoring in Fear
What Is Community?
Does Caring About the Environment Actually Make You Conservative?
Diversity May Be More Conservative Than You Think
The Pharisaical National Football League
Pigskin May Mean No Sheepskin
Making Sense of 1989
Throwing Cold Water on Controversy
“Joke” Classes That Shouldn't Be
The (Reality) Problem of Evil
Voter ID Laws
Kneeling to Propose? What's the Point, Anyway?
Promised Land
A Giant Arrives in Byzantium: What Really Happened During the First Crusade
The King's Speech
TV vs. Hobbies: Who wins the “Flow” Challenge?
Just War Theory: A Christian Innovation
David Foster Wallace: Conservative?
If It's 8:47, We Must Be Learning About Atoms
Freedom of Religion, Not Freedom from Religion
The Purpose of the Police
Can You Have Religion without Beauty?
Who Is This Harry Potter Girl, and Why Is She Speaking at the UN?
Life behind the Berlin Wall: An Orwellian Nightmare
Hi, I’m Chase and I’m Afraid of Math
Christianity with Biceps
By: Ben Riggs
How Culture Can Kill Your Vote: The Danger to Democracy
Beauty and Order
Is Western Civilization Really Best?
Save Water: Shower Together
Tolkien and the Too Real Story
Thinking Like the Damned
Rad Trads and Rad Fems: Not Friends at All, Actually
Laptops in the Classroom
Right Behind Ya
Who Are the Police?
This Is John Galt?
Bigger Government, Better Government, What's the Answer?
By: Ben Riggs
French Revolution vs. the American Revolution: Which Was More Important?
Getting Really Absurd
Guardians of Liberal Democracy
By: Ben Riggs
4 Ways to Avoid Lifelong Adolescence and Get More Out of Life
J. Budziszewski: Navigating Today's Insane Educational System
Tradition vs. Traditionalism
In Memoriam: Mimi Prentice
When Something Is Beyond Criticism
A Man for Our Season
Heroes and Victims in Modernist Memorials
Historical Revisionism in Scientific Disciplines
The Politics of People and Place
Gay Marriage and Religious Freedom: Roommates or Stalemates?
Rebels Accept No Substitute
A Movie and a Modern Question
Freedom of Speech: A Dying Privilege
The Role of Identity in Dante's Inferno
“I Hate America”: The Harm of Mental Masochism
It's the Always the Best of Times, It's Always the Worst of Times
Real Love and Real Hatred
The Virtue of Quietude
In Memoriam: Phil Crane (1930–2014)
Be Your Own Hero: A Message from the University of Florida
College Degrees: Ticket to Exit or Ticket to Entry?
Are You Laughing Enough?
By: Ben Riggs
What’s Right about the Religious Right?
The Purpose of the Police, Part 2
The Berlin Wall: 25 Years Later
Selective Nostalgia and Localism
By: Ben Riggs
Marketing the Modern University
What Is Political Science?
By: Ben Riggs
(Breaking) Matt Walsh Currently Mad About Something
Localists in Winter, Bureaucrats in Summer: Can Weather Swing the Vote?
Tinder and Semiotics
By: Ben Riggs
Is American Community the Result of Its Constitution?
Can Religious Freedom and Gay Marriage Coexist?
By: Ben Riggs
Kierkegaard the Good Doctor
The Wells We Did Not Dig
Friends, Radicals, Ideologues: Open Your Ears, and Your Minds
What Roger Scruton Taught Me about Chores
Humanity Is an Idol
You Have No Reason for Your Rights
The Idol of an Early Death
The No-Nonsense Way to Maintain Your Religious Convictions