Matthew Continetti graduated from Columbia University in May 2003. While at Columbia he was a productive journalist, writing for the Columbia Spectator and ISI's magazine, CAMPUS. In summer 2002 his work led to a Collegiate Network internship at National Review, and this past spring he submitted a winning entry for ISI's annual Campus Outrage Awards. He is currently a CN fellow and editorial assistant at the Weekly Standard, gaining valuable experience before he makes a name for himself in the world of journalism.

Online Lectures
God and Man at CPAC: The Enduring Legacy of William F. Buckley Jr.