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Fall 2017 - Intercollegiate Review

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


Thanksgiving Proclamation
Blade Runner 2049: A Kafkaesque Journey into a Posthuman World
10 Essential Books for Rounding Out Your College Education
What to Do When College Disappoints
Nationalism: The Conservative Dilemma
The Benefits of Cultivating Your Friendships Like Spaces
The Rhetoric of an Excellent Essay
Licensed to Death: How One Reform Could Empower Americans and Boost Our Economy
What Should Direct Our Economy: The Invisible Hand or the Iron Fist?
A Student's Guide to Liberal Learning
In Memoriam: Helen DeVos (1927–2017)
Why You Need Poetry
Read This Before You Ever Debate "Capitalism" Again
What Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Gets Wrong—and Right—about Community
Why We Should Study the History of Western Civilization
6 Regrettable Mistakes College Freshmen Should Avoid
Jack Kerouac and the 3 Beliefs Every Conservative Should Hold
This Is the Purpose of the Liberal Arts
Harvard’s Ban on Social Clubs: Actions Speak Louder than Words
The New York Times Gets It Wrong about the Right
Josef Pieper's Guide to Getting Over FOMO
How to Manage Your Time Effectively at College
Why You Need to Read Literature
Theodore Roosevelt: The Path to the Presidency
"mother!": An Edgy Horror Flick or Just a Horror?
Do Socialism and Communism Create Opportunistic Tyrants Like Stalin?
Truth or Propaganda?
What the ACLU Gets Wrong about Separation of Church and State
3 Female Pioneers in American Business
C.S. Lewis and the Art of Disagreement
Why Your Argument Against Big Government Isn’t Working
Heartbreaking News about an ISI Colleague

Arts & Manners

Hugh Hefner and William F. Buckley Jr.: Two Very Different Legacies