At Walsh University, students are very apolitical to current state and government affairs. However, through YAL’s activism on campus and clipboarding events, we were able to push the rhetoric from merely “Democrat or Republican” to asking the very fundamental questions of today’s current political topics.
We asked people to realize that there was an alternative to blind statism and to respect the Constitution as it was founded. Our success stems from the many current members of our chapter, as well as all the discussions we engaged in through the past year. It is our hope that unceasing activism will bring about a more informed college atmosphere and educate students as to why liberty is important.Published in