Tag Archive: ISFLC

  • Why libertarians should oppose the Universal Basic Income

    Here’s my opening statement for my Students for Liberty debate with Will Wilkinson.  Enjoy. Libertarians have a standard set of fundamental criticisms of the welfare state. Forced charity is unjust. Individuals have a moral right to decide if and when they want to help others. Forced charity is unnecessary. In a free market, voluntary donations […]

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  • How ISFLC helped me land a Cato internship

    In addition to being perhaps the most well-known libertarian think tank in the U.S., the Cato Institute also runs an extremely rigorous internship program. It’s also extremely competitive. The summer term is more difficult to get into than Harvard, to give you an idea.

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  • 8 Networking Tips for ISFLC 2017

    ISLFC a perfect opportunity to get ideas for campus leadership, talk to professors and intellectuals you admire, or find a connection for a summer internship, so don’t let it go to waste. Here are some go-to tips to make the most of the weekend.

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  • 5 things to ask yourself before you go to graduate school

    Suppose that while you’re in college, one of your professors challenges you to look at the world from a different perspective. Or perhaps you discover that you’re really good at research and writing. Or you’re realizing that your classes are making you want to learn more about your discipline–even teach it. At this point, you […]

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  • Ayn Rand Seminar at ISFLC

    If you’re interested in Ayn Rand’s writing and will be attending the International Students for Liberty Conference, come a day early and learn about Ayn Rand’s unique and integrated moral-philosophical argument and its connection to a free society. The seminar will examine three of her essays, “The Objectivist Ethics,” “Man’s Rights,” and “What Is Capitalism” […]

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  • Join us at the International Students For Liberty Conference!

    Will you be in DC next month for the annual International Students For Liberty Conference? It’s not too late to register! Taking place on the weekend of February 26-28, the conference is the largest gathering of pro-liberty students from all over the globe. Other organizations which fight for economic liberty and personal freedom, like the […]

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  • Save the Date: International Students For Liberty Conference 2016

    Every year, thousands of student leaders from around the world descend on Washington, D.C. to discuss and debate strategies for creating a freer future. This year ISFLC2016 is the weekend of February 26th. Mark your calendars! This is a great opportunity for students passionate about the ideas of liberty. Whether you’re a student looking to […]

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