A special evening for Collegiate Network students past and present
Good journalism has never been in greater danger than it is today.
The atmosphere created by political correctness has taken over our national media to create a narrative that demonizes conservatism and promotes far-left ideologies as the only correct form of thought.
The Collegiate Network equips student journalists with the resources to perform the invaluable work of real journalism.
These resources are vital for the future of conservative journalism.
ISI is honoring CN students past and present with a special dinner and reception Friday, October 15th, at 6:00 p.m.
This is your chance to take inspiration from the current generation of CN editors and to hear about about the ongoing battle for true diversity of opinion on college campuses.
The keynote speaker for the evening will be acclaimed journalist and author, Andrew Sullivan.
Sullivan has written for notable publications including Time, The Atlantic, and The Daily Beast, and is one of the pioneers of subscription-based format of independent journalism. Sullivan is living proof that there are still good members of the press and that it’s possible to escape the leftist monopoly of mainstream media.
This promises to be a special time for connection and reconnection.
More importantly, it’s a way for CN alums to serve as mentors to the next generation of conservative journalists.