YAL in Action

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

Tag: FreeSpeechBall
  • Free Speech Ball at Morehead State University.

    On Tuesday, February 20th, Morehead State University hosted it first activism event: A free speech ball! MSU has confusing “free speech zone” guidelines. Last semester there was a sign showcasing the area where free speech could occur. This semester, though, the sign has been taken down, but on the campus website it still explains that …

  • University of North Carolina-Greensboro YAL Free Speech Event

    On Friday, February 2, the UNC-Greensboro YAL chapter organized a campus wide event to promote the principle of Freedom of Speech. The event consisted of a using a large inflatable beach ball and encouraging students to express themselves via writing or drawing on said ball. While the event was limited by weather and time, the …

  • YALentines day at Regent University

    Our chapter celebrated YALentines day this February 14th! We kicked off out event with a free speech ball. Unfortunately, because of the rain and mud we had to opt for our smaller and more portable free speech balls versus our big 6 ft. one. This was just as effective and fun, as you could more …

  • Free Speech Week on LSU’s Campus

    Last Wednesday, October 18, our chapter hosted our second free speech ball at LSU this past month. While we did not get kicked out of “free speech alley” this time, we did meet several representatives from Turning Point who were interested in partnering for an event down the road. They are talking about bringing Ben …

  • 8 Feet of Freedom

    Allegheny College checking in, we were able to get in one more big activism/recruitment event before our fall break and it was amazing what an 8ft beach ball from Amazon could do. From the time we inflated the ball to when we deflated it we had people asking what is this? What club is this? …

  • South Alabama Free Speech: The Ball’s in our Courtyard

    Challenging free speech codes at the University of South Alabama hasn’t been easy. Last year, there were several accounts where students had been penalized for expressing themselves outside of “Free Speech Zones.” This year, our chapter did not hesitate to bring attention to our school’s unconstitutional behavior. We kicked off the Fight for Free Speech …