Syracuse Talks REAL Energy With Students Over Donuts

Posted on September 20, 2013 in featured

On Wednesday morning, the Syracuse University CFACT chapter hosted their first recruitment event of the year, in the Schine Student Center atrium. With Dunkin’ Donuts provided, students were thrilled at the opportunity to get some breakfast and talk about the club, on their way to their next class. CFACT sought out students interested in learning […]

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CFACT Rallies for ‘Fracking’ in NY

Posted on October 18, 2012 in featured

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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CFACT Syracuse Hosts Alex Epstein

Posted on December 2, 2011 in News

Recently, CFACT University of Syracuse hosted a lecture by Alex Epstein, the founder of the Center for Industrial Progress on the subject of fracking, a method by which to extract large amounts of natural gas or coal by fracturing existing rock with pressurized liquid. “The event was extremely informative, everyone was really impressed!” stated CFACT Syracuse […]

CFACT SUNY Syracuse: What’s the First Thing You Think of When You Hear the Word “Green?”

Posted on April 25, 2011 in News

  Recently, CFACT SUNY Syracuse set out to discover what New Yorkers think of first when they hear the word “green.” CFACT questioned 100 participants about the word “green.” The students found that 4 percent thought of drugs first, 9 percent thought of the color, 11 percent thought of totally random things like Kermit the […]

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CFACT Syracuse: It’s Not Evil, Just Wrong

Posted on March 25, 2011 in featured, News

On Thursday, March 25th CFACT Syracuse hosted a showing of “It’s Not Evil, Just Wrong: The True Cost of Global Warming Hysteria” -a response to Al Gore’s movie based on junk-science, “An Inconvenient Truth.”  The event was organized to counter the typical  left-wing campus bias that climate change is substantially anthropogenic, that global warming exists, and that it is going […]