National Review Institute brings the National Review mission to college campuses, where it provides opportunities for college students to learn about the principles and ideas of a free society and empowers them to “stand athwart history.”
The “Buckley way” of communicating inspired generations of people to advance the works of liberty through civil discourse, logical argument, and engaging persuasion. The WFB Communicators Program carries on this tradition of principled leadership by educating and equipping undergraduate and graduate students of journalism, marketing, communications, public relations, and advertising.
National Review Institute holds an annual student essay contest to promote thought and discussion surrounding William F. Buckley Jr.’s important writings.
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