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Taweh Beysolow II currently attends St.John’s University where he is in his Junior year of study for his Bachelor’s of Science in Economics. In addition to his academic studies within the classroom, Beysolow also is conducting 2 ...Read More
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Taweh Beysolow II currently attends St.John’s University where he is in his Junior year of study for his Bachelor’s of Science in Economics. In addition to his academic studies within the classroom, Beysolow also is conducting 2 separate field studies, one independently on industrial organization and one with an LIU Post Biology Professor on the economics of conservation biology.
In addition to a strong interest in economics, Beysolow has become an active voice in the libertarian and conservative community within the United States as well as internationally. As a Treasurer for his Young American’s for Liberty Chapter at St.John’s, Beysolow has represented his university along with the chapter at the 6th annual International Students for Liberty Conference, the largest gathering of pro-liberty students to date. In addition to this, Beysolow has also attended other regional conferences and other events hosted by Students for Liberty, as well as CPAC 2013 with other St.John’s Students and the newly forming Young Americans for Freedom chapter.
Outside of these interests, Beysolow studies classical performance of the clarinet with esteemed recording artist Lawrence Sobol, and also performs with the New York Youth Symphony in 3 concerts per year at Carnegie Hall. In addition to clarinet, Beysolow also has played the piano classically for a representative number of years with numerous high schools and semi-professional groups across Long Island.