Mar 042012
 

Monday is your last chance to order The Undercurrent! Even if you’re not a student, you can distribute copies on your local campus.

The Spring 2012 Edition of the The Undercurrent is about to go to press! Orders close late Monday evening at 11:59 PM PST. You can place your order by visiting the orders page of our web site.

The Undercurrent, for those of you who aren’t aware, is an Objectivist newspaper written towards the college audience and distributed on college campuses. If you run a campus club and want to promote it, or are just interested in spreading Ayn Rand’s ideas on your campus, The Undercurrent is an excellent tool for doing so.

This edition features articles on the Occupy Wall Street movement, energy policy, and government education. We sell the papers at cost, but understand that most college students have tight budgets. If you would like to distribute but cannot afford to do so, please send us an e-mail at contact@the-undercurrent.com and we will likely be able to find a donor to sponsor your distribution efforts.

For those of you who are beyond your college years or don’t have time to distribute, we would greatly appreciate a donation. We’ll use your donation to fund student distributors in your local community or region of the country. For more information about donating to The Undercurrent, please visit the donation page or e-mail use at contact@the-undercurrent.com.

Last year was a remarkable year for both TU and Objectivist movement generally. Over 49,000 copies of The Undercurrent were distributed and over 440,000 copies of Atlas Shrugged were sold in 2011. With your help we hope to do even more in 2012!

If you’re a college student, I’m willing to donate $50 to $150 to fund the distribution of TU on your campus. So if money is holding you back, just e-mail me at diana@dianahsieh.com by noon on Monday. (You’ll need to place the order, and I can reimburse you later this week via PayPal or check.) As the announcement above says, you can also contact TU about funding.

   
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