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The Undercurrent is currently recruiting two interns to join our growing team. One intern will join our administrative team, focusing on increasing our audience, and one will join our editorial team, focusing on the production of new content.
We kickoff Capitalism Awareness Week tomorrow. We'll have a week of events through next Tuesday. Visit our mini-site for more information. On our main page, we'll be posting a number of different items related to our event. The first is the headlining article from our last print edition,
Our Fall edition goes to press on Wednesday. Get your orders in by Tuesday, September 6th! This semester's issue of The Undercurrent will focus on capitalism, to tie in with our upcoming event, Capitalism Awareness Week. You can now preview the fall issue before ordering. Club Leaders: We
In his lecture at this summer’s Objectivist conference, Yaron Brook, President of the Ayn Rand Institute, reflected on the first 50 years of the Objectivist movement. During that session, Dr. Brook stated that if we are to succeed in changing the culture, "we need more
In the wake of the release of the Atlas Shrugged movie, Ayn Rand's prominence in the culture has increased, and people who had previously not been aware of her are taking notice. Notably, Christian groups are now starting to point out the hypocrisy of Republicans
"Ideas Matter: Ayn Rand's Message to Today's World" is the first-of-its-kind lecture event, during which students across the country will be able to participate and connect with others interested in Ayn Rand's ideas. The lecture will be broadcast from the University of Southern California in Los
We've now posted the content of our upcoming issue on the home pageof our website. Articles in this issue investigate: Is Barack Obama an intellectual? What's in store for the future of the Republican Party? Is a morality not based on religion possible? What exactly does "no footprint" mean? If you
In the aftermath of the substantial Democratic victory in last November’s election, Republicans nationwide are reported to be doing a great deal of “soul searching." Indeed they should. After all, times are not looking good for the Republican Party. Former President Bush left office with