Ever since its establishment in 1989, The Fenwick Review has been the College of the Holy Cross’s preeminent, independent journal of opinion. The paper, founded by Father Paul Scalia, son of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, endeavors to promote intellectual freedom and progress on campus. The Fenwick Review takes pride in promoting traditional Catholic principles and conservative ideas, and strives to effectively articulate thoughtful alternatives to the dominant campus ethos. Our staff values our school very much, and desires to help make it a better institution by strengthening and renewing the College’s Catholic identity, as well as working with the College to promote constructive dialogue and an open forum to foster new ideas.

This journal is published by students of the College of the Holy Cross and is produced roughly monthly. The College of the Holy Cross is not responsible for its content. Articles do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board.