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


Avoiding Slacktivism
By: Ben Riggs
Inequality Can Be a Good Thing
Faith and Education
Mars and Venus
Smart Isn't Sexy
The Purge: Anarchy’s Reality Problem
The Independent Tory
The Military, Bagpipes, and Boethius
Anti-Statism: addressing the theoretical challenge
The Knowledge Problem
Withstanding Scrutiny
T.S. Eliot and the Benedict Option
Trigger This
“The Giver” and the Gift That Keeps on Taking
You Should Blog
By: Mark Shea
In Memoriam: Richard Mellon Scaife (1932–2014)
Blame the French (Revolution)
Rule of Law: The Great Foundation of Our Constitution
A Tale of Two Women
Nothing Fails Like Success
Is the West Really Best? An Interview with Rodney Stark  
Thor's A Woman Because Marvel Said So
Writing Curses in Cursive
The Gift of Education: Back to “Schole,” Part One
The Future of Hope
Technology and the Howl of Existentialism
By: Ben Riggs
A Problem of Place
5 Shocking Dave Brat Quotes the Media Will Never Report
The Gift of Education: Liberales Artes, Part Two
The Fed Giveth, the Fed Taketh Away
The Age of the Anecdote
Beauty and the Transmission of Ideas
Flannery O'Connor: My Conscience
Communitarian Individualism and Other Ironies
An Unauthorized Biography of the Computer
Human Tragedy and Moral Indifference
Can Women Have It All?
Wilhelm Röpke: An Economist for Our Time
The Self-Ownership Illusion
Looking Into the Abyss and Laughing
Feared vs. Loved: False Dichotomy
By: Ben Riggs
A Tale of Two Men
Stillness, Motion, and Mystical Physics
Create, Revise, Repeat
Balkanized Bureaucracy or Utopian Sanctuary? The Crisis in the Modern University
Mad Men and Our “It’s Complicated” Relationship with Technology
Two Great Myths Surrounding Homeschooling
The Mere Semantics of Propaganda
Albion’s Seed: American Cultural Origins and Political Conflict, Part Three
The Meaning(s) of Natural Law
Options Benedict and Jeremiah in Higher Education
Pilgrimage and Renewal
The Scarlet Letter
Statism: an Outdated Solution
A Neo-Trad's Guide to the Hobby Lobby Decision
“Conservative” is a Dirty Word
Stereotypes and Stultified Reasoning
Ferguson and the Danger of First Impressions
Freedom lies within rules
A New Opium for the (Not So) New Masses
Fatherhood Amid Zombies
A Very Late Summer Reading List
The 50 Worst Books of the 20th Century
Five Reasons Why You Should (Not) Study Abroad
The Real Presence of Love
Are Children Reading?
Love Misunderstood
L'Engle and Statism
The Duping of Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart
Fire Teachers?
Married at First Sight's Failed Attempt at Shock Value
Leftism: Emotional Reactions as a Basis for Public Policy
A Summer Romance with Corporate America
Albion’s Seed: American Cultural Origins and Political Conflict, Part One
Becky Hammon and the Left’s Unequal Equality
The PCUSA and the Gay Marriage Question
A Few Thoughts on Hobby Lobby
By: Ben Riggs
The Ballad of the Spineless Society
Do Colleges Have a Future?
In Defense of Bad Conservatives
The 50 Best Books of the 20th Century
Alexander Hamilton and Israel
By: Ben Riggs
Will the Real Feminist Please Stand Up?
When Myth Becomes Common Knowledge
We Can All Agree on Religious Liberty
Love: Properly Understood
Political Correctness in the Classroom
Nostalgia and Conservatism
Democratic Poetry
By: Ben Riggs
Put Down the iThing
Mercy and Absolute Justice
By: Ben Riggs
Pounding Tables
Aliens and the Adventure of Gulliver
The Long, Strange Courtship of America and Soccer
Lessons of the Menin Gate
By: Ben Riggs
Is LeBron James a Conservative?
ISIS shatters the Dreamscape of Rawlsian Liberalism
Nationalism and the World Cup
By: Ben Riggs
Tracking and Being Tracked
Albion’s Seed: American Cultural Origins and Political Conflict, Part Two
The Poetry of Order
6 Myths You Probably Learned in School
The Progressive Kyriarchy and Other Ironies
Two Birds, One Stone: Defend Liberty and Win $10,000
“Life Ready” Education
By: Ben Riggs
Stupid Is the New Smart
Scientism and the Limitations of Scientific Inquiry
The Curious Contradiction of “Humans of New York”
Is Ignorance an Excuse?
Not the Right Kind of Immigrant
The Ministry of Magic and the Common Core
The Status of Teachers
Of Clocks and Conservatism
Impotence in the Face of Evil
LGBTQ and Tolkien Misquoted
A New Wave in the History of Science: The Postmodern Trend
“Lift Now the Soft Curds” (with Apologies to Everyone)