University of Chicago
Bryant is a third-year at the University of Chicago, double majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities and Political Science. He first discovered libertarian ideas between high school and college through the works of Ayn Rand and, later on, by participation in an Institute for Humane Studies summer seminar. He has served as the President of Students for a Free Society, UChicago’s libertarian student group, and participated in the Koch Internship Program during the spring of 2011.
Favorite Figures in Liberty: Frederic Bastiat, Voltaire, Sloane Frost, Milton Friedman, F.A. Hayek, Ayn Rand
On Students for Liberty: As a campus coordinator, I look forward to helping the student liberty movement grow on campuses in and around the Chicago area. I’m excited about the opportunity to disseminate libertarian ideas through both the annual Midwest conference and by encouraging and supporting new and existing student groups who seek to challenge the political and intellectual status quo on their campuses!