The YAL chapter at Indiana University was so pleased to host the semi-annual Indiana state conference. Five out of the six chapters (Purdue University, Grace College, IUPUI, IU Southeast, and of course IU Bloomington) were represented, with a total of 20 in attendance.
This was the second statewide conference here in Indiana. Not only was it a great way to meet our fellow Hoosier YALers, but we have discovered that coming together, sharing both successes and difficulties, and moving forward together as a state is invaluable.
Last week IU, Purdue, and IU Kokomo hosted Dr. Walter Block of the Mises Institute. By creating a short tour rather than bringing him to lecture individually, each chapter cut their expenses in half.
While every YAL chapter works independently, it’s crucial to reach out to others nearby. We can offer each other so much support and work on a greater scale. It’s also a wonderful opportunity to network with fellow liberty-lovers.
After the conference, we headed to a local restaurant to watch Butler win! Thanks to everyone who joined YAL at Indiana University! We had a fabulous time hosting.
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