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True Love Revolution at Harvard is held up as an example of a growing trend of diversity of viewpoints among students at elite schools, where faculty opinion remains one-sided.
In the wake of Tim Tebow's arrival to play for the Jets, the author looks at communities and individuals living a life of sexual integrity in NYC, with a primary focus on Evangelical Christians and LDS.
While looking at the damaging effects of Helen Gurley Brown's legacy, the author cites the LFN website as a valuable resource for men and women who reject the hook-up culture.
The New York Times mentions student group, Undergraduates for a Better Yale College and their mission to provide an alternative voice to the popular hookup culture on college campuses.
The Harvard Crimson mentions Luciana Milano, President of Harvard University's student organization, True Love Revolution as she clarifies the group's campus-wide mission.
Georgetown Students are recognized by the International Business Times for sparking interest on campus in regards to sex life of students. Mentioned amidst discussion is the Love and Fidelity Network's 2011 Valentine's Day poster campaign.
The Love and Fidelity Network's Operations and Programs Manager, Shirene Urry is recognized on MercatorNet for addressing the mission of the Love and Fidelity Network's 2011 Valentine's Day poster campaign.
Christian Union mentions Undergraduates for a Better Yale and their mission to encourage Yale University to reclaim the campus for moral integrity and human dignity.
The Yale Daily News profiles Undergraduates for a Better Yale College and their mission to encourage stable, monogamous, long-term relationships on college campuses.
The Universe mentions the Love and Fidelity Network as seeking out research that supports traditional moral values and challenges the dominant hookup culture on college campuses.
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