New CFACT chapter established at Indiana University, Bloomington!

A new CFACT Collegians chapter has just been founded at Indiana University (IU) Bloomington campus. The new club president, Kyle Reynolds, is making steps towards achieving official recognition from the campus administration.

CFACT club president Kyle (right) hands an interest meeting flyer to a potential recruit on campus.

Kyle has already organized significant recruitment on campus, including attending a strategy meeting with CFACT National Field Coordinator Bob Knee, assisting with tabling recruitment on campus (despite the cold), sending out a blast email to recruits met during tabling, and hosting a general interest meeting where club officers were selected.

“We’re excited for what the new CFACT club at IU Bloomington has in store,” said CFACT’s Bob Knee. “Kyle is an all-star activist. He’s already made great progress in just the first few days.”

The new CFACT club plans to achieve many objectives once officially recognized by IU administration. The club plans to bring in expert speakers to explain the facts on energy, property rights, climate change, and more to students. These could include speakers like Marc Morano, author of the book Green Fraud, Gabriella Hoffman, hunting and conservation advocate, Dr. Roy Spencer, climatologist, or many more.

Additionally, the new club members want to show the student body that conservative and libertarian-leaning students actually care about the environment; and in many ways, take more steps to do so than their leftist counter parts. So, litter clean ups and possibly even a tree planting will be considered to put environmental stewardship into actual action instead of just words.

The general interest meeting saw the selection of a Vice President and treasurer for the club. As the spring semester gets going, Kyle and his new club officers will ensure all the deadlines and requirements are met so that CFACT is recognized as a student-led organization at IU Bloomington.