Luce Institute president caught up with Nicole Poole, who worked at the Institute as an intern this past summer, to discover what she gained from her internship and what advice she might offer to others about the intern experience. [Read this emerging leader's responses...]
Any woman with an ounce of estrogen in her body had to be seething as she read the Rolling Stone story of “Jackie’s” gang rape by nine University of Virginia frat boys. A reader’s desire to punish those men – in some creatively vile ways not fit to put on paper – would have been palpable.
In hindsight, that estrogen-infused, brain-deprived reaction appears to be exactly what the author and the magazine sought to achieve with the now-discredited story... [Read more]
We are pleased to announce that Laurel Conrad has joined the Luce team as its Lecture Director. She was previously the Communications Coordinator for the American Conservative Union.
A graduate of Cornell University, Laurel worked with the Luce Institute during her college years, both as an intern and as a conservative campus activist, where she helped organize and host a campus lecture at Cornell by Institute speaker, Bay Buchanan.