Attendees of the 2017 Ayn Rand Student Conference are invited to participate in our fall semester writing competition. Competitors will write a short piece (800-1000) words reporting on one of the panels or speakers at the conference. Writers whose piece is complete and accepted for
In the first half of 2017, TU has done some amazing things. We've written about the ever-popular topics of Donald Trump, fake news, and Islamic totalitarianism among other controversial topics. We've also redesigned our website and relaunched our internship program.
This last achievement is one that we're particularly happy about.
Hone your Writing. Learn about Objectivism. Get Paid.
The Undercurrent seeks applications from qualified students to become part of our growing team. This fall we’ll hire up to two interns to work collaboratively via email with our editorial team, producing content for TU’s blog. Selected
In the Spring of 2016, we launched our first campus writing initiative, #CapitalistAndProud. With the successful conclusion of #CapitalistAndProud in December 2016, we’re proud to announce our latest initiative: #SelfishAndHappy.
In partnership with STRIVE, we’re calling on our readers everywhere to write to The Undercurrent to
In anticipation for the Ayn Rand Student Conference this November,
we tapped one of its speakers Gena Gorlin on the shoulder to share a
sneak preview of her upcoming talk, which explores how students
can think about and achieve long-term, personal happiness.
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Before we begin, could you
Dear Friend and Reader:
Jon Glatfelter here, The Undercurrent's new Editor-In-Chief. It's almost time to flip the calendar to November, which means the team is dotting the i's and crossing the t's on TU's Fall 2016 Magazine.
I wanted to share the punchline with you now though. It's titled The Technology of
What if you could combine your creativity and passion for Objectivism to start a new entrepreneurial venture that engages fellow Objectivists and shares Rand’s ideas with those unacquainted? What would you produce to express the ideas that interest you?
Finding new ways to engage with your
This November, students will join together at the 2016 Ayn Rand Student Conference in Atlanta, Georgia to learn about Ayn Rand’s philosophy, Objectivism. This conference is brought to you by the Ayn Rand Institute in collaboration with STRIVE, and it will focus on the issue
With deep gratitude for her contributions, the Board of Directors of The Undercurrent and STRIVE announces the departure of CEO Margaret Malewski.
Dear friends and readers,
I’m writing this in a Starbucks up on Twin Peaks, a pair of giant foggy hills at the heart of San Francisco. It’s a great place to call home — Twin Peaks, not Starbucks — although I’m definitely here enough. See, I like