National Review, America’s premier conservative magazine and website, has launched a new program—NR College—which offers all American college and university students a 12-month complimentary digital subscription to the magazine. This new program will allow students to sign up easily for a digital subscription by using their .edu email address.
The new NR College program has been created to honor the legacy of National Review’s founder, William F. Buckley Jr., who achieved national fame in 1951 with the publication of his classic book, God and Men at Yale.
National Review Publisher Jack Fowler cited “Bill’s early and permanent passion for the state of the academy and education of college students” as “the principle reason for the creation of the NR College program.” He went on to say “We are very excited, as I am sure Bill is from a better place, with this opportunity to give every and any college student who wants one, a free subscription to our digital edition.”
Kate Murdock. Director of NR College explained “participating in the program couldn’t be easier. All any student has to do is go to www.nationalreview.com/college, provide their .edu address, create a password, and immediately begin receiving NR.”
National Review, published 24 times a year, was founded by Bill Buckley in 1955. It has the highest circulation of any conservative opinion journal in America. For more information contact Kate Murdock at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-849-2821.