YAL in Action

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Tag: Massachusetts
  • Northeastern University Welcome Week Tabling

    On Tuesday, September 5th, Northeastern University held its annual Fall Fest, which is part of Welcome Week. Myself and three other officers tabled from 11am-2pm at Fall Fest’s student organization fair. This year was our YAL chapter’s first time participating, since we received official recognition from the University just last spring. We made sure to …

  • Bringing Harmabe and Liberty to Bristol Community College

    With all the recent controversy over at UMASS Amherst over Harambe memes and free speech, I decided it would be a smart tactic to include Harambe at my YAL Chapter’s table at the BCC Annual Club Fair. I went and printed out some “Saving Private Harambe” Memes, grabbed my materials, and set up shop (Which …

  • To Some, Any Speech Is “Terrorist Threat”

    Cameron D’Ambrosio’s free speech case first caught my attention since his demographics and personality closely parallel my own: we are both young Italian-American men from Massachusetts with a knack for generating controversy via the use of written words. Of course, there are some important differences between us as well. Unlike Cam, who is a musician, …

  • Outcome of Mass. Senate Race Could Ruin Senate Majority

    And with that majority, a lot hangs in the balance.  Much of the Democrats’ major pieces of legislation couls be short down without a 60-seat hold on the upper house — legislation like Cap and Trade, universal health care, and other tax-and-spend policies. The contested seat is the one vacated by the 2009 demise of …