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Princeton, N.J. — Last weekend, when most Princeton students had gone home for fall recess, a handful stuck around campus, and students from dozens of other colleges and universities joined them. In the autumn chill of a quiet Friday evening, 300 students gathered on the upper floor of the university’s McCosh Hall to hear the keynote address of “Sexuality, Integrity, and the University,” the ninth national conference of the Love and Fidelity Network (LFN).
Princeton, N.J., Oct 27, 2016 / 11:21 am (CNA/EWTN News).- As the contentious 2016 campaign season draws to a close, hundreds of university students are coming together to focus on strong marriages and sexual integrity as the bedrock of a health society.
The annual conference of the Love and Fidelity Network will draw nearly 300 students and alumni from fifty-four universities to learn from leading scholars about the importance of strong marriages and sexual integrity to a flourishing society. The event will be held on the campus of Princeton University on Oct. 28-29.
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