The Undercurrent is now accepting submissions for its November issue. The article draft submission deadline is October 1st.Please send all submissions and inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You are welcome as always to send us your article ideas, or an outline to review, if you would like feedback
13,000 copies of the latest issue are being shipped across the country.TU will again be available at over 30 campuses. Our thanks to the many students who are distributing the paper.About 20 of the orders were for only 250 copies. Many students have told us
In the online edition of our April issue, the article "Self-Censorship Epidemic on College Campuses" misquoted Tom Bruno as being critical of the Daily Illini. The online version has been corrected and the print version was fixed before it went to press. Our apologies to
On the right. Check it out and order some copies for distribution. The PDF is forthcoming next week. (There will be some finishing editing done between the versions you see and the final print edition.)
Incidentally, this is TU's anniversary issue: we've now been publishing for
The April issue is awesome, and there are only two days left to order it. It's on foreign policy. The contents are as follows:
Elan Jouro: "Death to 'Diplomacy' with Iran"
Felipe Sediles: "Domestic Security Secures our Demise"
Kelly Cadenas: "Campus Commentary: The Self-Censorship Epidemic on College Campuses"
We are now accepting orders for the April issue of the paper, which goes to press in a week. Please click the "distribute" link at the top of the page to place your order.
The April issue is on foreign policy. It covers everything from Hamas
Our flyer offers a different perspective for the school currently educating a former spokesman for the Taliban:
If you have cool pictures (or any pictures) of people reading the flyer (or TU in general), write us--we'd love to see them.
Update: Incidentally, that is a statue of
1. In case you've missed our recent announcements, thanks to the generosity of donors, we have stacks of our flyer available to ship to you free of charge. Please contact us to request copies and join the fight for free speech.
2. The Ayn Rand Institute
In response to the Mohammad cartoon controversy, TU has created a stand-alone flyer in defense of free speech. The flyer displays one of the infamous Danish cartoons, a statement from our editors, and Onkar Ghate's op-ed, "The Twilight of Freedom of Speech." The PDF of
We are now accepting article submissions for our next issue, which goes to print in the first week of April. The deadline for submissions is March 1st.
At present, we anticipate that the April issue will focus largely on foreign policy. As usual, however, we are