September 17 was Montana State University’s Involvement Fair. This worked out perfectly for us because it gave us a bigger platform to celebrate Constitution Day. Originally, we planned to have a Free Speech Wall, but due to rain, the Involvement Fair was moved into a location with limited space. We needed to improvise. We scraped the Free Speech Wall and broke out the World’s Smallest Political Quiz and it worked wonders for us.
Overall, we had a great turnout. YAL obviously had the most popular booth at the Involvement Fair. Crowds were gathering around our booth to take the World’s Smallest Political Quiz, leaving the groups on the left with virtually no one.
Not only that, but it just so happened that I got interviewed earlier this week on where I see millennials heading ideologically. The reporter came by our booth, combined both stories together, and we ended up with a front page spot in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle on Sunday morning. You can check out the article here.
Our team has been phenomenal in our recruitment process. This whole experience has given me great hopes for the future of YAL in Montana.Published in