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The Stanford Anscombe Society has been forced to take its upcoming “Facing History” conference to a new section of campus due to threats and a petition by LGBT student activists. Petitioners claim the conference, which will address the legacy of the Sexual Revolution, will make “LGBT students feel threatened on their own campus.”
A press release by the Stanford Anscombe Society
The Stanford Anscombe Society released this press statement on March 31, 2015 in response to false accusations about their group and upcoming conference on April 11th.
Mairead Mcardle reports on the founding of the UC Santa Barbara Anscombe Society
The Tufts Daily criticizes the 2015 #BringDatingBack campaign.
The Love and Fidelity Network's "Bring Dating Back" campaign and Network of Enlightened Women's "Gentlemen Showcase"
Student Fellows Reed Frey, Christian Say and Thomas Pell, discuss the 'Bring Dating Back' campaign on their campuses.
Kathryn Jean Lopez from the National Review Online interviews LFN Director Caitlin La Ruffa about the 2015 Valentine's Campaign, "Bring Dating Back."
Responding to the lack of romantic clarity on campus and among young adults, the Love & Fidelity Network has launched a “Bring Dating Back” campaign in time for Valentine’s Day. The campaign features posters that offer tips on how to think about dating, how to ask for a date, and how to act on a date. Fathers for Good asked two recent college grads to explain their generation’s view on these issues and how effective the dating campaign may be.
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