Students For Liberty originally began in North America back in 2008. Despite growing into a vast international organization since then, our North American programs remain a key part of our efforts towards creating a freer and more prosperous society. The 2017-2018 Blog Team is our voice online.

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Archived posts from SFL's past ten years can be found here.


March 16, 2018

South Alabama Students Practice Voluntarism

This is a guest post written by Students For Liberty Campus Coordinator Carleigh Lloyd. Voluntarism is the principle that individuals should be free to choose their own goals and how to achieve […]
March 12, 2018

LibertyCon 2018:
After-Action Report

From March 2- 4, we hosted LibertyCon in Washington, DC and we were extremely pleased with how it went! Boasting 1,200+ attendees, dozens of media outlets, 60+ sponsors, and many of our […]
March 9, 2018

Why Walkable Cities Enjoy More Freedom

If you happen to visit Egypt and find yourself in the famous Tahrir Square, you might be puzzled: how could this space accommodate two million protesters? In fact, the square looked different […]
March 6, 2018

North America:
February 2018 Update

SFL North America February 2018 UPDATE February was another great month for Students For Liberty – North America! As LibertyCon 2018 grew closer and closer, we rolled out more exciting program announcements! […]
February 26, 2018

Climate and the Free Market at LibertyCon

Can free markets deliver the fuels of the future? Can clean tech supercharge our economy? Can free enterprise solve climate change? The Environmental Left would have you believe that big government can […]
February 26, 2018

The Frederick Douglass Liberty Forum at LibertyCon

2018 marks the 200th anniversary of Frederick Douglass’s birth. He was born into slavery and later escaped, going on to become one of America’s most notable abolitionists and a man remembered for […]


Parker Jenkins


Parker Jenkins is a sophomore political science and philosophy student at William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri. When he’s not studying politics and philosophy, he is involved in his fraternity Lambda Chi Alpha, sings baritone for the choir program, plays

Jorge Jraissati


Jorge Jraissati studies Economics and Business Management at the FAU Honors College. Among the most followed and recognized young political figures of his country, Jorge speak out about the human rights violations of the current Venezuelan regime, the results of

Garrett Kehr


Garrett Kehr is a fourth year senior at Capital University studying political science. In addition to his studies, he is active in the student liberty movement and has held roles in both Students For Liberty and Young Americans for Liberty.

Gabi Maylock


Gabi Maylock is a graduate student studying Critical Studies in Education at Ohio University. Gabi earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in Communication and a minor in Business-Marketing at the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown in 2016. She’s currently serving as an SFL

Satchel Park


Satchel Park is a SFL Campus Coordinator and studies political science University of Montevallo. He’s passionate about freedom and liberty and wants to one day be a public policy advisor.

Zachary Woodman


Zachary Woodman is a SFL Senior Campus Coordinator studying at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and plans on pursuing a career in academia. His research interests include behavioral economics, gay rights, political economy, Austrian economics, neo-pragmatist philosophy, philosophy