YAL in Action

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

Tag: Fall 2013
  • CSUF YAL Visualize the Debt Event!

    Finishing up the Fall semester, California State University of Fullerton YAL wanted to do a big event. After some round table discussions, we decided that nothing was larger of an issue than the national debt! To accomplish this, CSUF YAL led an aggressive campus chalking campaign in the week leading up to the event.  Next …

  • Reinventing YAL @ UT-Austin

    My mom introduced me to Ron Paul in late 2011, and I read Liberty Defined the next week. I developed an idea of libertarianism throughout 2012 and had an interest in voluntarism by sometime around March 2013. Then, one fateful morning in early October 2013, an intrepid Young Americans for Liberty regional director contacted me …

  • Fall 2013: A Brief Review of California Events & A Showing for the West

    After almost over a half-year hiatus,  I (Richard Pham, California State Chair) am back again, reporting in to showcase some of YAL’s efforts in the West Coast for the Summer/Fall Season of 2013 — to show what happened besides the National Convention in Arlington, VA on the East Coast and other events in other regions. …

  • SUNY Albany YAL 2013 Fall Activism Report!

    Fall 2013 marked the most active semester yet for our chapter of Young Americans for Liberty!  We engaged in 8 major activism events that our team planned and executed flawlessly.  I am very proud of my Leadership Team and the general membership of my chapter as we continue to aspire for new heights in the …

  • Farewell to A Remarkable Semester For Liberty at YAL El Camino

    It has been a fantastic fall semester for the YAL @ El Camino College chapter. From creating a free speech wall where students wrote what they thought of Edward Snowden, to holding a “deluxe hug” fundraiser where students had the choice of getting a quick free hug or a “deluxe hug” with a donation of …

  • YAL Cypress College 2013 in Review

    It really has been an intense and outstanding year for our new but active chapter! It seems surreal that this chapter started with fewer than five people and is now growing at a steady pace, with a good reputation unparalleled by any other student organization on campus! For the first semester (Spring 2013) we: Attended …

  • UW-Milwaukee reaches for the stars

    YAL @ the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee just finished our first semester. It’s been a long, hard, and difficult path as we as a chapter “figure it out” — but our members remain valiant.  It was a short meeting, but it was as I hope, meaningful. We went over the preliminaries for what is coming up …

  • Ban the Cams: UCF Edition

    Young Americans for Liberty at the University of Central Florida took to the streets on December 7th with local activist group “Ban the Cams” to bring awareness about the dangers and unlawfulness of red light cameras in the UCF area. Prominent local activists Mark Schmidter, Henry Bentley, and Ban the Cams members  were there to help …

  • Butler YAL Educates about Obamacare

    With the recent healthcare bill and how it has been implemented, Butler YAL members have been worried about how it will affect young people. Since so many Butler students are pre-health care majors in some way shape or form, we’re also interested in how it would affect doctors and other healthcare professionals. So, we decided …

  • Blow Your Whistles!

    Young Americans for Liberty in Hawai’i and Students for Liberty worked together this semester to spread awareness about the US government’s intrusive surveillance of the people, and to educate students on how to protect their civil liberties. We held activism events on four college campuses in Hawai’i, Honolulu Community College, the University of Hawai’i at …