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March 29, 2017

April 29

Students For Liberty is proud to support the arts and we will be hosting an art gala at NYU on April 29 in order to further this aim. You are welcome to attend and submit art to be displayed at this special event. Theme: THE ARTS HAVE A PLACE IN A FREE SOCIETY Date: April 29, Doors open at 10am Location: New York University, Grand Hall (5th Floor, Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life, connected to the Kimmel Center for University Life) There will be a post-gala social. Details will be posted on this page at a later date. Highlights of the art gala include: Unnatural Election: an art exhibit showcasing artists’ responses to the 2016 Presidential election presented by the Kimmel Galleries Jack […]
March 28, 2017

Julio Mejia

SFL SUCCESS STORY: Julio Mejia SFL Latin America From Local Coordinator to Director of the Libertarian Movement in Colombia Julio Mejia was a Local Coordinator from the first cohort of Eslibertad. During his time within Eslibertad leadership, Julio became the Regional Director for Colombia and an Executive Board Member of Eslibertad for the period of 2015-2016. Nowadays, Julio has become a political activist in Colombia, being interviewed and covered by major media outlets such as El Tiempo and El Espectador in Colombia about different political issues like the peace deal in Colombia during 2016. At the beginning of 2016, Julio started to gather with people who actively participated on Daniel Reisbeck’s campaign in order to explore the possibility of generating a political project for the […]
March 28, 2017

Ryan Khurana
United Kingdom

SFL SUCCESS STORY: Ryan Khurana European Students For Liberty Studying in the UK and looking towards the future of liberty Ryan Khurana is a 20 year old Canadian studying PPE in Manchester. While in Canada, he maintained a comic book store which developed his business sense and entrepreneurial interests. He is an active debater at his university, participating in numerous public debates against researchers, professors, and political campaigners. While at the university, he has written regularly for numerous student publications on topics such as homelessness, health care, economic research, and geopolitics. He formerly managed a student-led extreme poverty charity in Manchester, a subsidiary of the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, which addressed homelessness, old-age poverty, at-risk youths, and the adult disabled in the city. He […]
March 27, 2017

Why Every Liberty-Minded Student Should Blog

The following was written Derek Magill, Marketing Director at Praxis. When I was involved with Students for Liberty as a campus coordinator back in 2013, I remember hearing a lot of my peers say they wanted to write. The problem was that very few of them, including myself, ever did. We told ourselves we weren’t qualified. We told ourselves we’d do it later. We made excuses and missed out on an opportunity to create during some of the most intellectually exciting periods of our lives. Since I’ve been out of school I’ve written hundreds of articles on personal blogs, Quora, and other sites like the Praxis blog, and I’ve realized there was no need to wait. Not only that, the earlier you start, the better […]