YAL in Action

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

Tag: Semester Summary
  • University of North Georgia

    This semester our YAL group has enjoyed meeting on Tuesday evenings to really dig into some interesting topics. We have discussed events from media and censorship to occupational licensing and some other topics that allowed our group that already had good base knowledge in the philosophy of liberty to discuss some of the intricacies of …

  • SUNY Buffalo Semester Report

    The University at Buffalo chapter of Young Americans for Liberty had a melange of compelling activities this semester, from the fun to the fund-raising. To start off the year, we had a tabling event for Constitution Day on September 17th, 2010. Constitutions and liberty-minded literature were handed out to passerby on campus, and interesting discourse …

  • UC Irvine Semester Report

    — Matt Eggleton, President of YAL at UCI The Young Americans for Liberty chapter at University of California, Irvine has been working hard to keep the club organization alive and growing. Our leadership positions have recently been transfered, and brand new members are now in charge, including myself. So far at UCI, we have held a …

  • YAL USU Chapter (Utah State University, Logan, UT)

    YAL USU Chapter has tabled several times this semester, adding numbers of like-minded patriots to their ranks. Students even dressed like patriots and colonial soldiers at tabling and Constitution Day events this year! Check out our pics: Constitution Day (September 17th) brought on a host of events, including an official, “We Read the Constitution” reading, …

  • VCU Semester Report

    The VCU chapter of Young Americans for Liberty has had a whirlwind of activity this fall semester. After leaving of the YAL National Convention with a number of new strategies and ideas we began to implement them immediately. Aside from regular tabling and an outstanding showing at our back to school fair, the first major …

  • University of Virginia Update–Pedobear Protest

    YAL at the University of Virginia has gotten off to a great start.  This last weekend we opened up with some anti-TSA activism that ended up getting on the front page of Reddit, racking up over 200,000 views so far.  We also managed to get the picture of one of the many posters we put …

  • Auburn University Semester Summary

    The YAL chapter at Auburn University got started with a few strangers who met while visiting the Auburn Libertarians’ last meeting of the fall of 2009. The group banded together in the spring of 2010, gained provisional status with Auburn, and finished off the semester by creating a 44′ long display of the national debt to …

  • Mississippi State University Chapter Report

    Unfortunately, our chapter is afraid of cameras.  So the only pictures for this semester are of Constitution Day/World’s Smallest Political Quiz.  On September 17, MSU YAL held constitution day along with the worlds smallest political quiz.  We passed out around 100 Constitutions to those who seemed interested.  We recruited many people to take the quiz …

  • East Carolina’s Summary of Semester Events!

    East Carolina University YAL has been quite active this semester engaging students with a number of activist events as well as having many events to build a community of liberty within the organization. The semester started with only four returning members (the officers) — all other members had graduated.  Early on we planned on taking …

  • MTSU Semester Report

    Our incoming President, Eric Sharp, having raised enough money from local donors, attended the YAL National Convention. He brought back the knowledge gleaned from those five days to supercharge the fall semester. Before the semester got under way we had a planning meeting at La Siesta to swear in new President. Dues were lowered to …