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

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Gratitude Is at the Heart of Conservatism
This Is What “Separation of Church and State” Really Means
The Silent Majority Isn't Silent Anymore
The Solution to Closed Minds on Campus: Return to Personal Liberty
Nothing Fails like the Success of Private Enterprise and Freedom
In Memoriam: Richard A. Ware (1919–2015)
Solzhenitsyn Explains “Beauty Will Save the World”
Are Human Rights a Legal or Moral Matter?
Gun Availability Isn't Gun Culture
A Tax Too Far
Why We Should Profane the Temple of Science
Should Governments be Allowed to Default on their Debt?
Without Religion, There Can Be No Liberal Arts
Concealed Carry = Campus Safety
A Loss of Words
What the German Education System Can Teach American School Reform
Have You Read “The Federalist Papers of American Conservatism”?
Science, Because Faith: Why Religious Belief Is Rational
Where Do Festivals Come From?
Only Half in Fun: William F. Buckley’s NYC Mayoral Campaign, 50 Years Later
The Secret to Masterful Writing
Are Democratic Laws Helping Us to Achieve Our Potential, Or Limiting It?
The Unmaking of a Mayor
How “Safe Spaces” Kill Human Dignity
Head Sponsor: “We Are Encouraging First-Years Not to Talk to Each Other”
Pro-Life, Dead on the Diag
CMC Students Feel Marginalized, Demand Resources and Resignations
By: Hannah Oh
What Augustine, Stephen Colbert, and Joe Biden Can Teach Us About Political Confession
Should You Be Telling the Truth Like Flannery O'Connor, Walker Percy, or Dewey Short?