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The fate of a campus rests on your shoulders. Luckily, you’ve decided to stand up and fight back against the statists that control your classrooms and student organizations.
We think that’s pretty cool - and that you should be rewarded for your efforts.
Whenever you make a difference on your campus by completing one of the challenges below you’ll earn points for you and your campus group. The harder the challenge, the more points you earn.
As you and your fellow libertarians accumulate points, you’ll reach new levels and we’ll automatically send you great prizes like pizza for your group meetings, ads in your campus newspaper, movie tickets, Amazon gift cards, and much more.
Claim your points by following the instructions below or emailing us your achievements here.
In addition to the challenges below, we’ll be sending out exclusive, fun, and time-sensitive challenges in our weekly Epic Activist email newsletter, on the Facebook page, and through Twitter. Make sure to pay attention - you don’t want to miss out on your chance to win great prizes and make a difference on your campus.
Register Your Group (50 points)
Be the first to know about exclusive Epic Liberty challenges, get cutting-edge activism ideas from libertarian experts, and get points for doing it. We won’t SPAM you or share your information with anyone else so sign up today.
Follow @EpicLiberty on Twitter (50 points)
Don’t miss out on exclusive Twitter challenges and libertarian activism discussions. To get your points send us a direct message with your name and the school you go to. You can follow us here.
"Like" Epic Liberty on Facebook (50 points)
If you haven’t already, “Like” this page to receive access to all the features and benefits of Epic Liberty.
Host an OPH (50 points)
Operation Politically Homeless is the Liberty Movement’s most important and effective outreach tool. By hosting an OPH on your campus, you can introduce hundreds of students to a new way of looking at politics and recruit new members for your libertarian club. Claim your points by creating an OPH Event on Facebook and inviting Epic Liberty to it.
Get more information about OPH and request your free kit (normally a $65 value) here.
Work an OPH Event (200 points)
If you work an OPH event for two or more hours, you qualify to receive bonus points for the event. Check in to the OPH event on Facebook, or mark yourself as attending to earn your points.
Share an OPH Picture (25 points for each picture shared)
A picture is worth a thousand words. Every OPH picture you share is also worth Epic Liberty points. Email them to us, share them on our Facebook page, or post them on Twitter with the hashtag #EpicLiberty to earn your prizes.
Write an OPH Report (150 points)
Every OPH is a unique event with valuable lessons for the entire Liberty Movement. Share the ups and downs of your OPH experience here.
Your report should be between 250-500 words. Tell us how many people came to the booth, how many took the Quiz, how they scored, how many new members you signed up, and anything else you want to share about your experience.
Share your Expertise (100 points)
As a libertarian student activist you bring a unique perspective on the fight to bring Liberty to your campus. Your expert advice about OPH, libertarian communication, or campus outreach could be the exact thing that helps another student activist decide to join the fight, or the one tweak that transforms a weak student group into a thriving one. Submit your tip article here.
The articles should be between 250-750 words in length. Make them funny, interesting, and informative and you’ll have a chance to get published on our national blog.
BONUS POINTS: If we really like your article, we’ll print it right here and on the Advocates blog for everyone to read. In addition to legions of screaming fans and exposure to the entire Liberty Movement, you’ll also get 150 additional bonus points.
Get Published in Your Campus Newspaper (150 points)
Campus newspapers are an important forum for libertarian ideas. One article can introduce hundreds of students to a new way of thinking about politics. If you write an article in your school newspaper that mentions "libertarian" or "libertarianism" share it with us here.