Engaging college students with the foundations of a free society.
NRI On Campus is a project of National Review Institute, the sister non-profit organization to National Review magazine. NRI was in 1991 by William F. Buckley Jr. to advance the conservative principles he championed, complement the mission of the magazine, and support National Review’s best talent. William F. Buckley Jr. began his career as a public intellectual by writing God and Man at Yale, a scathing critique of his alma matter and its growing bias towards secular collectivism. Buckley understood how vitally important young people are to the future of our country, and he frequently spoke on college campuses throughout his illustrious career to promote the principles of classical liberalism and limited government. It was Buckley’s unyielding dedication to these principles that united the freedom movement and launched conservatism back into the political mainstream. In this spirit, the National Review Institute is bringing the National Review mission to college campuses, where it will provide opportunities for college students to learn about the principles and ideas of a free society and empower them to “stand athwart history.” Through events, social media, and disseminating of NR magazine, NRI will reach today’s students with timeless conservative ideas rooted in William F. Buckley Jr.’s own powerful campus legacy.
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