Early in December The Undercurrent published a series of articles . . . analyzing and critiquing the Occupy Wall Street movement. . . . [T]he editors of TU have selected the very best excerpts from our pieces by Valery Publius, Elle Laine, and Nicholas Marquiss,
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The Undercurrent is currently recruiting two fall editorial interns to join our growing team.
Who: Full-time students seeking experience applying Objectivism to today’s world
When: 10 weeks, October – December, 2011
What: Paid editorial/writing internship, $1000 stipend (100 hour commitment)
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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.
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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
Congratulations to our Summer 2011 Distribution Story Contest winners! Each winner will receive an Amazon.com gift card. You can view the top two entries below. Thank you to everyone who participated!
If you’d like to send us your anecdotes and pictures about distributing TU, please e-mail
Every year, there’s a Tax Day Tea Party held in downtown Raleigh dedicated to promoting limited government and free markets. On April 15th, I handed out hundreds of copies of The Undercurrentand talked to people in the crowd about Ayn Rand and Atlas Shrugged. Many
The newest issue of The Undercurrent (TU) is now available to order! The April 2011 Edition features articles on rethinking college education, the legitimacy of public service, the free market in education, and green energy.
Place your order at http://theundercurrent.org/order today, or e-mail your name, address,
You can win an Amazon.com gift card by sharing your distribution stories with us! Any story we choose to use in promotional materials will receive 100 free copies of TU, while the best story will be rewarded with a $75 Amazon.com gift card!
First prize: $75
"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