CFACT FSU President Alex Korberda made good on his promise to head home from CFACT’s Annual ECO-Summit and get to work making Tallahassee a better place. Besides working with other conservative groups on campus to promote positive change at Florida State University, Alex and his friends wanted to give back to their community and lead by example by cleaning up a public park before game day. “The left talks a big game when it comes to cleaning up the environment, but when it comes to results they’re nowhere to be found.” Says Alex. “We wanted to show clubs like CFACT are not like that and follow up with what they say.” The event took place right before the FSU Seminoles took on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons on a Saturday game day and the town was electric. Not many students would be doing anything else but enjoying their time at the tailgate, but for Alex and his peers work needed to come before play. This event like many others shows the drive CFACT students have toward making the world a better place by putting in the work needed to make it happen.