YAL in Action

Check out YAL activities on campus and updates from around the liberty movement.

Category: Politics
  • Tabling at St. Edwards University

    On Tuesday, April 28th, Daniel Sauceda (YAL Texas Chair) and myself (Peter Seferian)  spread the message of liberty to the students of St. Edwards University. We got about ten signatures and definitely got some attention. Thank you, Daniel, for coming up here from San Antonio to help out, as our other members were too busy. …

  • Spring Semester 2018 Membership Drive at Widener University – Main Campus

    We hosted a membership drive back in January. The officers of Widener’s YAL reserved a table to gain membership during a tabling event at our school. The officers, Matthew Stellfox, Jordan Lucas, and Brittany Bozzelli all helped during this event. It was a blast being able to talk to different people and understand and debate …

  • Free Speech Ball at the University of Alabama

    Sharks in the water at the University of Alabama!! Carleigh Lloyd and I got almost 100 signatures in support of taking on the restrictions on student speech at the University of Alabama! We rolled around a free speech ball in order to raise awareness about First Amendment rights on campus. The event was a roaring …

  • YAL at Mississippi State University Participates in State Debates

    Young Americans for Liberty at Mississippi State University had the opportunity in January to participate in State Debates – the now-annual three-way debate between College Republicans, College Democrats, and Young Americans for Liberty. Representing Young Americans for Liberty on stage were Sam Miller, Andrew Word, and Stephen Lusk. This was an incredible opportunity for our …

  • Recruitment at the University of Arkansas – Little Rock

    Today in the Arkansas capital the UALR chapter, along with Jason Hammons, hosted our first event. Our goal of the event was to increase YAL’s campus exposure and to spark some interest in some students. The chapter spoke to several students about the importance of limited government and why we need to return to outright …

  • Activism at ASU-HS

    Activism on small campuses is a challenge, but at Arkansas State University – Heber Springs we always have great conversations with students. Today, September 26th, Conner Lindsey, Dylan Platt, and I took to campus to spread our message through mobile “clipboarding.” The ASU-HS students really enjoyed YAL’s message and took all of the pocket Constitutions …

  • Let’s Talk Politics Open Forum at LIU Post

    The day before the election, LIU Post YAL hosted the open forum titled “Let’s Talk Politics” to hear what the student body is thinking/feeling on the brink of a historic day. Many of our attendees had much to say on the state of our country, the different policies proposed by each candidate, and how they …

  • Sharing Liberty at KSU

    The YAL Kennesaw State chapter has officially been RSO certified for nearly one month. During this time our unit has grown exponentially. Our first tabling session on October 5th went much better than anyone ever expected! We were able to speak with dozens and dozens of individuals that were curious about the libertarian philosophy. Some …

  • Arguing for Liberty to Kansas City

    For anyone one who knows anything about Missouri, the first  thing they will know is the humility which grasps the individual. Our successes, as a state as well as people, are built upon the hard work of farmers, pioneers, and fluffy mustached satirists (I’m looking at you, Mark Twain). But as of recently, we have …

  • Millennials: The Libertarian Future?

    The following is a repost from the Reason-Rupe Poll website. The latest Reason-Rupe poll on the attitudes of millennials offers comprehensive, eye-opening insights into the newest group of American adults. As a “politically unclaimed” generation, millennials have the ability to upset the US electoral status quo.       The report’s findings show that most millennials consider themselves …