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Love and Fidelity Network Founder Cassandra Hough is featured in the Ivy League Christian Observer, discussing Princeton's campaign for a Center for Abstinence and Chastity.
An article in Australia's MercatorNet features Viviana Garcia, a sophomore at Providence College and Co-President of The Anscombe Society.
The New York Times features a profile of Love and Fidelity Network advisory board member Professor Robert P. George.
ABC News columnist Susan James covers the controversy surrounding Harvard's True Love Revolution group and predicts that the chastity movement among college students may be gaining ground.
Newsweek columnist Lisa Miller reflects on Harvard's True Love Revolution and says these students "are onto something."
President of Harvard's True Love Revolution, Rachel Wagley, is featured in The Crimson with her own thoughts about the meaning of sex.
Cassandra Hough discussed the nationwide student initiatives against the hook-up culture in Headline Bistro.
President of Princeton's Anscombe Society, Brandon McGinley, speculates that colleges should do more to provide a helpful environment for students considering marriage in their futures.
BYU's student group "Stand for the Family" is recognized in their campus newspaper.
Star Tribune profiles Cassandra Hough and her work to provide an alternative voice to the hook-up culture on college campuses.
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