Fight for Truth on Your Campus
For more than 35 years, ISI’s Collegiate Network has supported independent college newspapers, magazines, and journals that report on important campus issues ignored by the mainstream media.
ISI Collegiate Network student journalists focus public awareness on the politicization of American college classrooms, curricula, and student life. They raise the level of discourse on campus and provide an outlet for students to keep university faculty and administrations honest.
ISI’s Collegiate Network supports more than 50 student-run publications across the country, including the Dartmouth Review, the UPenn Statesman, the Lone Conservative, and the Claremont Independent.
Find out how you can make an impact on your campus.
Why Join ISI’s Collegiate Network?
When you join the ISI’s Collegiate Network, you’ll have the opportunity to:
• Receive grant funding for your publication
• Attend the annual ISI Collegiate Network Editors Conference
• Have major stories picked up by national media outlets
• Land summer internships or yearlong fellowships at national media outlets
Many influential figures have come through ISI’s Collegiate Network, including:
Weekly top content
This week’s top content comes from the Claremont Independent, the ISI Collegiate Network paper at the Claremont Colleges
After Pomona College’s administration announced that it would suspend the Pomona College Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault (Pomona Advocates) program—a student-run group which aims to support survivors of sexual violence and promote consent—on grounds of legal and confidentiality issues, both the Advocates and the Associated Students of Pomona College (ASPC), the student body government, criticized the lack of...
ISI Collegiate Network Editors’ Conference
Learn how to improve the quality of your publication while battling for free speech on campus
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