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CFACT Fellow attends Leadership Institute training webinar
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Earlier this past week, Kara Howley, a Driessen fellow with CFACT, used her newfound at-home time under quarantine to hone her political and organizational skills. While at home, Kara took part in an event hosted by the Leadership Institute. The event, titled "Host a Campus Speaker Within COVID-19 Restrictions", was designed to train youth activists about how to conduct on-campus events and host speakers in the midst of the Coronvavirus...
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Connecticut students clean up creek near campus
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Students comb the banks of the creek for any litter that could be removed. To put their stewardship principles into action, Collegians from the University of Hartford, CT, teamed up to clean up the small waterways that wind near campus. The "Wash Brook" runs through the North Branch State Access Area park north of campus and then widens and bends around Hartford's campus. Students came together to clean up the...
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Vanderbilt students watch and discuss Farming in Fear Documentary!
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Earlier in the school year students from Vanderbilt University hosted a watch party for Martha Boneta's Farming in Fear Documentary. CFACT club president Grace Cancelmo said,  "We really enjoyed watching "Fear in Farming". It was such an interesting story of how the government fails in its attempts to promote conservation by making life difficult for those who actually try and act on it. During our discussion, we many described it as an...
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Students promote sound science and policy at George Mason!
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CFACT students Shammelah Silveron and David Bucarey recruit on campus! Before the coronavirus crisis shut down schools across the nation, CFACT's students at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, set up a table to explain the principles of sound science and environmental policy to their peers. The opportunity allowed CFACT's leaders to recruit new members to its efforts on campus. Indeed, by obtaining a spot in the main dining hall...
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3 real conservation successes to celebrate this Earth Day
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The mainstream media doesn't like to report on positive news of any sort these days. This goes especially for issues related to the environment. If it isn't a new "report" claiming the Earth is supposedly doomed in 5, 10, or 20 years due to climate change or overpopulation, it is unlikely to get airtime. That's why CFACT is focused on not just fighting radical environmentalism, but supporting what real conservation...
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Miami University (OH) holds activism training with Leadership Inst.!
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Prior to the COVID-19 crisis shutting down schools, the Miami University Oil & Gas Club and the Miami Students For Life chapter worked with CFACT to host the Leadership Institute (LI) for a campus workshop. LI is an activist group focused on educating young conservatives in order to increase their campus presence and effectively mobilize for their causes.  Topics discussed were how to most effectively recruit new members for any...
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Ann Coulter slams fake environmentalism in CFACT livestream
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While the coronavirus crisis closed college campuses and pushed classes online, CFACT’s Collegians weren’t going to let that stop them from making a difference this Spring! The CFACT chapter at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities hosted an online livestream discussion with American political pundit and author Ann Coulter last night to get her take on the issues of the day, and to educate their peers in what exercising free...
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(Pre- Covid 19) University of Hartford Students Stay Up Late To Search For Snowy Owls!
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Before the Covid 19 virus shutdown CFACT Students at the University of  Hartford decided to stay up late to spot snowy owls at a park near campus. Besides fighting for policies and values that benefit nature and people alike CFACT also encourages its students to have fun in nature and enjoy the outdoor flora and fauna. This event was organized by CFACT Intern Kevin Schaeffer who has been a key...
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(Pre-Covid 19) CFACT talks shop with USC College Republicans!
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Earlier in the school year prior to Covid-19, CFACT spoke to the College Republican Leadership at the University of Southern California. CFACT National Director Adam Houser led the talk and spoke about activism on campus and how students can form coalitions to fight back against regressive campus policies and measures. CFACT's Adam Houser Talks to USC Students!  In the talk Adam laid out key examples of how CFACT has been...
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CPAC 2020: the “Climate Hustle 2” movie hype is big!
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CFACT's great team helped get the word out at CPAC about Climate Hustle 2! CFACT was out in force at CPAC 2020, the largest annual gathering of conservatives in the nation. With over 10,000 people regularly attending, CPAC, aka the "Conservative Political Action Conference", is the place to be for reaching America's passionate activists. CFACT handed out hundreds of palm cards, magnets, and other swag to raise awareness of the...
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CPAC 2020: Would you bet the world will still be here in 10 years?
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To promote CFACT's upcoming movie, Climate Hustle 2: Rise of the Climate Monarchy, CFACT dressed up as bookies and asked CPAC attendees if they would be willing to bet money that we'll still be here in 10 years, despite climate change hysteria! You can watch that video here! Every attendee CFACT asked was willing to place a bet that we'd still be here in 10 years, which prompted the interviewers...
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George Mason grows free market message on campus
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Peter discusses CFACT's mission with a new recruit on campus who is excited to get more involved. Collegians leaders Peter Darko and David Bucarey spent the better part of their morning recruiting students to CFACT's free market message in the Johnson Center at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. While other students were sleeping, preparing for class, or playing the new Call of Duty video game, CFACT's leaders were hard...
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CFACT breaks the ice with facts at University of Michigan!
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Above: CFACT's Associate Director of Collegians, Graham Beduze, hands out a flyer explaining CFACT's stance on environmental issues to a student at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Will, a student on campus, reads the flyer to learn more about CFACT The wind chill in Ann Arbor brought temperatures into the 20's, but that didn't stop CFACT's activists from bringing free market facts to students at the University of Michigan!...
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Hartford, CT students brave the cold to clean up campus
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Hartford students clean up litter left behind on campus! As the winter cold settles in, students at the University of Hartford in Connecticut are heating up with their passion for stewardship. Kevin Schaeffer, a junior on campus, gathered a group of his friends to give their fellow students an example to follow, and to clean up one of the fields neighboring the campus grounds. "We wanted to show this campus,...
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Kicked Off Campus Comedy Tour crowns Fourth winner at UMN
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Cover photo: event winner Ruth Allen and headliner Bryan Miller The CFACT chapter at the University of Minnesota hosted the fourth annual “Kicked Off Campus Comedy Tour" this year.The event hosted in “The Whole” club in the basement of Coffman Student Union is a direct response to the growing anti-free speech sentiment on campuses nation wide. Recently, the student paper at the University celebrated the vandalism of a college republican...
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