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COLLEGE STUDENT LEADERS ENCOURAGE PEERS TO WRITE LOVE STORIES, NOT JUST TWEETS

02/07/2014

At college campuses across the country, student leaders committed to promoting the truth about authentic love and the dignity of sexuality are encouraging their peers to use the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday as a chance to rediscover the joy and excitement of pursuing love and commitment.

Chastity: The Forgotten Virtue

01/25/2014

Young Adults Speak out about Real Love. Chastity is making a comeback, says the National Catholic Register, highlighting the efforts of the Love and Fidelity Network and many others.

Notre Dame: A Place Without Revolutionaries

12/07/2013

Notre Dame senior Madeline Gillen reflects on her experience at the Love and Fidelity Network annual conference in Princeton - and how her university is unique among those represented at the conference.

Fidelity and Freedom

11/13/2013

Luke Foster, a junior at Columbia University reflects on his experience at the Love and Fidelity Network's 6th annual conference on Sexuality, Integrity, and the University.

Tackling the Real War on Women

11/07/2013

Ashley Herzog of Townhall.com reports on the upcoming 6th annual Love and Fidelity Network conference Sexuality, Integrity, and the University.

STUDENTS GATHER TO LEARN, WITNESS FOR MARRIAGE, FAMILY, AND SEXUAL INTEGRITY

10/29/2013

Letter to the Editor: Anscombe supports (media) equality

10/20/2013

With demonstrators in the audience, Heritage Foundation fellow Anderson ’04 urges traditional understanding of marriage

10/17/2013

UVA’s Hookup Culture: In Response to the CavDaily

09/17/2013

Students discuss U.Va. hookup culture Off the Hook hosts panel to address relationships, hooking up at universities

09/17/2013

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