Cross Town Rivals Join Together to Educate Students

As the semester winds down in Northfield, Minnesota, the CFACT chapters at the towns schools, St. Olaf University and Carlton College, joined together to make a point. Both campuses have wind turbines, purported to generate a large chunk of their power usage. However, what is not told in their story is fate of the birds…

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Carlton Students Clean Up Around Town

With the sun shining in Northfield the CFACT students at Carlton College participated in their annual stewardship day, cleaning an area park and lake front. “CFACT does a lot of good things for our community, and this is just another example,” said one Carlton student. Students gathered together and spent over three hours cleaning and…

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University of Minnesota-Duluth BBQs for Students

With the academic year winding down the University of Minnesota-Duluth CFACT chapter decided to throw a BBQ for their classmates. “One of the nice things about CFACT is that we are able to spread our message, while at the same time having some fun.” Said Chairwoman Alicha Greenlee. Members of CFACT took turns manning the…

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CFACT President David Rothbard Visits Duluth

12 years ago David Rothbard started Collegians for a Constructive Tomorrow and is still actively working to support the mission, finding himself in Duluth recently to speak about the Morality of Conservation. “I love coming out to speak to college students, even after all these years.” Explained Rothbard. “They are constantly being bombarded by extreme…

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Minnesota-Duluth CFACT Holds Tax Day Event

It is said that the only certainties in life are death and taxes. Recently, however, CFACT at the University of Minnesota-Duluth worked to stifle one of those. Marking tax day this year, CFACT worked to educate students on the destructive consequences of a carbon tax here at home. “Many students on campus don’t realize what…

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CFACT Rallies for ‘Fracking’ in NY

CFACT’s Collegian chapters in Syracuse, Sienna College, SUNY-Albany and Union College descended on the capital in Albany, NY on Monday,October 15 to rally in support of fracking in New York state. CFACT’s Collegian’s Coordinator commented, “New York State has been sitting on the sidelines of the energy boom that has swept through North Dakota and…

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Polymet’s Joe Scipioni visits UMD, St. Olaf, and the U of M

As CFACT has written about and documented on many occasions, the EPA’s bureaucratic system has a way of limiting and altogether stopping job growth in many sectors of the private economy.  Mr. Scipioni knows first hand exactly what that means when it comes to the natural resource and mining sector.  His visit to our CFACT…

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Great Success for People and Nature Too!

This past weekend the 2012 CFACT Eco-Summit was held at the Lakewoods Resort in Cable, WI.  The summit brought together students from all over the country with 10 different schools being represented.  The three day summit helped prepare students for the upcoming school year in their fight against the radical left on campus.  It also…

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CFACT Eco-Summit 2012

CFACT is hosting its annual Eco-Summit this Summer from Thursday July 26-Sunday July 29th.  Once again the conference will be hosted at the beautiful Lake Woods Resort in Cable WI, (2 hour drive from Minneapolis/St. Paul airport).  The summit is for students who are already active on campus and for those who want to become more active on their…

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