Sandi Brents began the summer of 1978 in Houston with great anticipation. She and her children were joining her husband Jim, on his project team assignment in an apartment in Houston, Texas and she would at long last have time to catch up on her
Kevin was a high school student returning to one of his middle school teachers for tutoring in biology. His assignment required that he memorize the process by which protein is synthesized: “‘Messenger RNA is synthesized by complementary base pairing with deoxyribonucleotides to match a portion
...today we are bombarded with the perspective of determinism: that some combination of external facts, such as your upbringing, education, genetics, culture, and race, determine your fate. Now I don’t think this is true.
From November 6th-8th, enterprising students from across the country (and even beyond) gathered in Atlanta, Georgia, for STRIVE’s annual student conference. At this year’s event, on “The Morality of Value Creation and Trade,” students attended lectures and breakout sessions by entrepreneurs, professionals, and intellectuals on
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Order Our Fall Edition Now!
The Undercurrent, STRIVE's campus magazine, is proud to present our 27th print edition now available for order. Every year for the last 10 years, we have published a limited edition print issue in the spring
Watch the update video here! This October, The Undercurrent hosted the first-ever student conference on Objectivism. We've got big plans for 2015, and we've already gotten started!
Last weekend, over 100 student leaders from across the country and internationally participated in a students-only weekend event dedicated to deepening their understanding of Ayn Rand’s ideas.
The newest edition of The Undercurrent is now available to order, and will arrive on your doorstep at the end of October!
The newest edition of The Undercurrent is now available to order, and will arrive on your doorstep at the start of October!
Apply today! Lodging is FREE and travel scholarships to the first thirty accepted applicants.