The Intercollegiate Student Magazine

Yale University

In stories like Milane’s, it’s easy to blame college administrators. Universities employ administrators in disability services specifically to provide accommodations to students like Milane. Other student-facing administrators, such as deans and university presidents, influence the college experience on every level through the writing and implementation of policy.

Louisiana State University

While psychology is still a budding seed, it isn’t hard to imagine it firmly planting itself in the garden of hard sciences. As with most sciences before it, psychology can and must transition from the realm of conjecture to the realm of calculation.

Tulane University

Campuses are a hotbed of social and academic life, but an entire community with its own nuances and concerns exists outside this bubble. Beyond the comfort of dining halls and dormitories, there lies a world of opportunity and growth. If you are to claim a city and its corresponding university, you must commit yourself to loving it wholly. 

Tulane University

Porn, as a whole, is never ‘just fucking’. Even something that appears to be ‘just fucking’, it’s still fucking with the camera placed just so, your bodies placed just so, and it’s choreographed! Even if you wanna make it seem completely authentic, that also is a choice.

Tulane University

If you’re a philosophy professor who has read the entirety of Marx and dreams of a communist utopia, I want to hear your opinion. If you’re a history professor who studies the collapse of the Soviet Union and hates communism with a burning passion, I want you to hear your opinion too. I’m not paying $50,000 in tuition for you to dance around your true thoughts.

Tulane University

In this letter, I want to express exactly what The College Contemporary is, and what value we intend on bringing to college campuses.

Unlike traditional student newspapers, we want to recruit writers and readers from schools around the country under a single publication. We believe this new model can improve student journalism at the college level.

Tulane University

Over the last few decades, universities have become brand-focused; they now invest millions into their public relation teams. Student newspapers, meanwhile, have struggled. With the advent of the cut-throat digital economy, most student papers now depend on their school’s recognition and support. The result of these two facts is scary.