Campus Activism and Activities

It’s important to remain a visual presence on your campus by being active. Often the best campus activism events are reactive, responding to whatever is going on at your campus.  And you never know where your active engagement will lead.  A CBL Center for Conservative Women summer intern Aryssa Damron’s campus activism at Yale resulted in a Fox News interview (see video clip at the bottom of the page).

Campus Activism Ideas

If you’re looking for activities to let your presence be known, here are a few ideas to spark your imagination.

Another way to establish a visual presence is to start a Luce Society Chapter on your campus.  Such an organization can give a voice to conservative women on your campus, as well as a much-needed megaphone to counter the presumptive left-wing feminist narrative permeating most campus life today.

Luce Society Activities

Our Luce Society activity program is an initiative to organize campus activities for conservative female students to discuss current events and policy, network, and become a leader on campus for conservative ideas.

It’s pretty simple. You let us know what activity you’d like to be brought to your campus, and we organize the entire thing. All you need to do is help us promote the event and bring your friends!

Luce Society activities empower you to take your freedom into your own hands and meet other conservative women doing the same. Invite your friends to a small group activity like a day at the gun range, a women’s self-defense class, or brunch with a conservative author.

Check out some of the fun Luce Society activities you can plan today! If you have your own idea for a Luce Society event, let us know and we will help you plan it.

Email [email protected] to get started!