It’s been an interesting start to the year for YAL at UW-Superior. This past summer, I drove out to the YAL National Convention, the lone member of my chapter, and had an amazing experience with so many like-minded people! At that point it became clear that it was time to come back and grow Young Americans for Liberty at UW-Superior.
So far, there have been highs and lows, but I am confident that we will continue to grow in the future. Fortunately, with the help of the some gentlemen from the Leadership Institute and utilizing Facebook graph search, we were able to find a base of about five people who are regularly showing up to meetings that we hold once a week — which is impressive considering that we are a small campus of around 2,500 students.
We have been trying to get tabling in as much as possible, but unfortunately have hit a bureaucratic hurdle with the campus administration. We started out the semester with the idea, that in order to grow, we would need to just grab a table because there are typically many of them not being used. Unfortunately, we were shot down during Constitution Week, of all weeks. I was greeted by a friendly lady within