Applications are now open for The Undercurrent’s Student Conference!
This Fall, hundreds of students will gather to learn the fundamentals of Ayn Rand’s philosophy of Objectivism from Objectivism’s greatest experts.
The theme of TUSC 2014: “Individualism and the Case for Liberty.” *
Are you the leader of an Objectivist student club? Are you interested in starting a club? If you answered YES to either of these questions, you qualify to join the exclusive leadership training on Day 1 of the conference. Learn development tips from some of the liberty movement’s most successful activists and get to know your fellow club leaders.
Not an Objectivist club leader, but still a fan of Ayn Rand? You’ll be invited to join the general conference and get to know other right-of-center students who share your same passion for developing a freer society.
The conference will be held in the Washington, D.C. area, from October 11th-13th. For two days, hundreds of students will attend talks on leadership, collaboration, and various issues surrounding Objectivism delivered by an exciting group of Objectivist intellectuals and leaders.
We are also pleased to announce that support from our generous donors has allowed us to offer travel scholarships to the first thirty accepted applicants!
Early application deadline:July 23rd (Due to the limited number of scholarships available, students applying before this date will have the best shot at receiving one.)
General application deadline:August 6th
Late application deadline:August 20th
Apply today and share this link with your friends and club members on Facebook and Twitter!
* Lodging is FREE and travel scholarships are available for early applicants.
The Undercurrent is a magazine distributed at college campuses and communities across the country. We release a print edition once per semester, and in the interim, regularly post additional articles, blog entries, and campus media responses reports to our website.
The Undercurrent's cultural commentary is based on Ayn Rand's philosophy, Objectivism. Objectivism, which animates Ayn Rand's fiction, is a systematic philosophy of life. It holds that the universe is orderly and comprehensible, that man survives by reason, that his life and happiness comprise his highest moral purpose, and that he flourishes only in a society that protects his individual rights.
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