YAL in Action

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Tag: Elizabethtown College
  • Elizabethtown College Recruitment Event

    My first, First Year Students Fair as president of our chapter went very well. Trying to revitalize our college’s chapter, we were looking forward to new members. I was worried that we would not receive much interest but we talked to many enthusiastic students who were intrigued by the club’s message. After 2 hours we …

  • “Voice Your Concerns” event

    The Elizabethtown College Young Americans for Liberty hosted a “Voice your Concerns” event on February 23 with the goal of offering students a way to share their concerns with fellow students, staff, and the administration. Students who were not able to attend a prior campus-wide meeting with the president utilized this opportunity to express their concerns. The event …

  • SFL’s Philadelphia Regional Liberty Conference

    Elizabethtown College Young Americans for Liberty had four members attend Students for Liberty’s 2014 Philadelphia Regional Conference at the University of Pennsylvania in the founding city of liberty, Philadelphia. Our chapter president and YAL PA State Chair Justin Greiss tabled during the conference to promote the complementary nature of YAL and SFL. Our members had …

  • Elizabethtown YAL promotes community compassion

    Elizabethtown YAL honored Dr. W. Wesley McDonald for the Choose Charity National Activism Project. He was an ally of our YAL chapter and an all around inspirational professor. Sadly, Dr. McDonald passed away after health complications at the beginning of the fall semester.  Standing on the right at a guest speaker event he co-hosted with YAL Specializing …

  • Etown YAL Mourns the Loss of Civil Liberties for YALoween

    Elizabethtown College YAL took part in a club Trick or Treat night here at our school, where we handed out candy and spread the message of liberty! Using money sent to us by the Leadership Institute, we put together a Graveyard of Civil Liberties that was loved by students, parents, and faculty. We even taped …

  • Etown YAL: Constitution Week at the Gun Range

    For Constitution Week 2014 Elizabethtown College Young Americans for Liberty “took liberals to the gun range!” We focused on coalition building and sought out students who may agree with us on the Second Amendment and not much else. Conversely, we also encouraged students who do not agree with us on the Second Amendment to come see why …

  • Fall 2014 Recruitment at Elizabethtown College

    YAL @ Elizabethtown College tabled at our school’s activity fair with the goal of recruiting more members than the previous year. We handed out over 100 copies of Peace, Love, and Liberty, along with many other resources, and gave one lucky student an American flag. Unfortunately, due to the pouring rain, we had to end …

  • E-Town YAL Tables at Accepted Students Day

    Elizabethtown YAL spent Saturday afternoon tabling for Accepted Students Day. We used our 2014 Spring Recruitment Kit to engage next year’s freshmen and help them find their political home.  We had a positive response and garnered a few very interested sign-ups. We even had some current students tabling for other clubs and administrative staff participate. …

  • Remember, Remember the 5th of November. Elizabethtown Remembered. Did You?

    On Guy Fawkes Day (November 5th), Elizabethtown College Young Americans for Liberty joined other liberty groups across the nation in screening the cult classic, V for Vendetta. If you haven’t been following our work over here in Elizabethtown, you should know we started our chapter just this summer on our small campus and are already …

  • Elizabethtown College Chapter Has Great First Event Turnout

    New to Elizabethtown College campus this year is the Elizabethtown YAL chapter. While other clubs may sit quietly in the ivory tower, YAL came out and made an impact on Constitution Day, constructing a 4-foot by 8-foot free speech wall. With some mixed reactions from students and administrators, the event turned out to be a …