YAL in Action

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

Tag: Campus
  • The “Battle”on College Campuses, Short on Artillery at California State University Long Beach

    The Cal State University, Long Beach (CSULB) student publication, “Daily 49er”, published an article in November 2017 titled, “Conservative and Liberal Students Find their Voice at CSULB.” Although the title presented an initially unifying tone, the subtitle was not as settling: “A battle between conservative and liberal expression increasingly plays out on college campuses” (Daily …

  • Restore The 4th at Owens Community College

    Recently, I had the pleasure of holding a restore the 4th event st my school of Owens. This was a great opportunity for me, as it allowed me to reach out further to the student body directly in order to successfully build a relationship. I reserved two days for the event of Tuesday and Thursday, …

  • Restoring the Fourth Amendment at the University of Florida

    We were working hard to restore the fourth amendment at the University of Florida on October 31, 2017. We were going to dress up as government agents for Halloween, but the hot Florida weather made us rethink that plan. Instead, we went out in front of Library West in the Plaza of the Americas to …

  • Membership Drive at University of Washington

    Earlier this October, the YAL chapter at the University of Washington Seattle Campus had its first membership drive of 2017! We gathered outside the HUB student center for about an hour, asking passing students questions about liberty, and encouraging them to sign up and get involved with our campus’s branch of YAL. Rain combined with the lunch …

  • First Day of Free Speech: The REAL Great Leap Forward

    At the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, the first Free Speech event held by Benjamin Waldman and myself was a huge success. With 68 petition signatures, many students were very intrigued by seeing a beach ball that was the same height as themselves being pushed around campus. With many asking the purpose of the …

  • Truth Seekers Expand Free Speech at Fayetteville

    On October 6 our YAL members on Fayetteville State University held a free speech event. We provided a free speech ball for students of FSU to freely write on. We discussed with students about signing a petition to switch campus policies over to the Chicago Principle which would allow the whole campus ground to be …