The Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI) recently relaunched their flagship publication, Intercollegiate Review, and added a brand new daily website, IntercollegiateReview.com. As a companion site to the decades-old magazine, the online daily will mainly serve undergraduate readers interested in learning more about the principles of conservatism. Here are some of the featured stories you should check out:

·        The Five Lamest Core Courses in America: In lieu of a solid core curriculum, what courses do students take at elite schools in America to fulfill “distribution requirements”?

·        These Truths We Hold: What are the core principles of Progressivism? Of American conservatism? A political science mini-course with Prof. Paul Kengor of Grove City College.

·        Reading, Writing, Prayer & Fasting: Can hooking-up make you stupid? What about lying, cheating, or stealing? Aristotle says “yes” and Rev. James Schall explains why he’s right.

·        You Can Plant the Grass Roots: A Harvard undergrad explains how his conservative principles drove him to become a major player in Massachusetts state politics.

·       The Best Ideas You Can Read For Free: Here are just a few places where you can feed your mind and keep up with the latest debates among serious thinkers.