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


Politics Is Filling the Gaping Hole in Human Connection
Forming These 3 Life Habits in College Matters More than a Perfect GPA
Read This Before You Ever Debate "Capitalism" Again
The Ted Kennedy Scandal Worse Than Chappaquiddick
Why You Need to Watch Whit Stillman
7 Essential Steps to Launching a Low-Maintenance Reading Group on Your Campus
The Economy Isn’t Everything
Redefining Leisure
How Much Legislative Power Do Judges Really Have?
Economic Sophisms: Scarcity and Abundance
How to Transition from College to Grad School [Infographic]
The Utopian Free-Trader
5 Best Summer Schools for Conservative College Students
Why Academic Freedom Matters (Now More Than Ever)
The Toxic Nostalgia of Ready Player One
Faith of Our Founders: The Role of Religion in America's Founding
The Last Commencement Address
How a “Conscious” Conservatism Could Unite Freedom Lovers and Defeat Ideology
What's the Point of Getting a Liberal Arts Education?
Marcus Aurelius's 15 Secrets to Living a Good Life
Why You Need to Read Literature
What If We Cannot Escape Identity Politics?
Tocqueville: The Antidote to Revisionist History?
The 10 Keys to Ending Poverty and Creating Wealth in Society [Infographic]
Hamilton: What the Musical Won’t Tell You
Three Unpopular Virtues Conservatives Need Most in 2018
How Dangerous Is Jordan Peterson?
No, Libertarianism Isn't a "White Supremacy" Theory
The Confused Student's Guide to Conservatism
What Wendell Berry Can Show Zuckerberg Types About Making a Better World
Undergrads: Build a Portfolio, Not a Career
How Families Contribute to the Rise and Fall of Civilizations
What Every Conservative Should Know about the Phrase "Ideas Have Consequences"
A Student's Guide to Philosophy
The Two Hatchets
10 Books You Need to Read Before You Graduate College
How Reading Albert Camus Can Cure an Existential Crisis
A Thinker You Should Know: Josef Pieper
The Ancient Story of Icarus Hauntingly Portrays Modern "Progress"
Romano Guardini’s Wise Warnings for 21st-Century America
C.S. Lewis and the Art of Disagreement
Does the First Amendment Protect Incendiary Tweets?
Sharpened Through Adversity: Thriving in Academia
Huxley's Mirror
Black Conservatism in America Today
Kurt Vonnegut and the Terrible Disease of Loneliness

Arts & Manners

The 5 Best Movie Presidents