Recently Aaron Clarey, the author of “Worthless” came to the University of Minnesota-Duluth to speak to students about the bleak outlook they are facing as they transition from college to the workforce. “He started off by saying that a college degree is pretty watered down in our country, especially compared to other countries,” recalled Junior […]
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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 […]
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 […]
This week Alex Epstein will be speaking at St. Olaf College on Feb. 21st at 7pm in Regents Hall of Natural Sciences, room 290, , at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities on Feb. 22nd at 7pm in Wiley Hall, room 125, and the University of Minnesota Duluth on Feb. 23rd at 7pm. Alex […]
On March 31st, 2011, CFACT at the University of Minnesota Duluth set up a table with a sign that said “Free Constitutions.” We had a box with 200 pocket constitutions at our side, and we were focused on handing out every single one. We arrived at 10:00 a.m. and we stayed until 1:30 p.m. Throughout […]
A planet buried in garbage, a little robot, and the last sign of life: a single plant. It could be the plot to a horror movie, but instead it’s Disney. The University of Minnesota Duluth CFACT chapter started off the new semester with Wall-E. CFACT invited new members and old alike to join in this […]