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Dating Has Died at College – But This Campaign Hopes to Revive It

02/11/2016

Hillary Mast writes a piece for CNA about the 2016 #BringDatingBack Valentine's Campaign

The Fight to #BringDatingBack on College Campuses

02/11/2016

LFN Executive Director Caitlin La Ruffa is appeared on KPPC, NPR's Los Angeles affiliate, to talk about the ‪#‎BringDatingBack‬ campaign with Kathleen Bogle and talkshow host, Larry Mantle!

Bring Dating Back

02/11/2016

Fathers for Good wrote a write-up for the 2016 #BringDatingBack campaign

#BRINGDATINGBACK – NATIONAL CAMPAIGN INSPIRES CONVERSATION ABOUT HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS

02/08/2016

New club on campus to promote family

02/03/2016

Student leader, Emily Lataif, talks about starting an Anscombe Society at the University of Dallas.

Princeton Alumni Weekly: Finding Love at Princeton

01/13/2016

The Princeton Alumni Weekly interviewed Cassandra Hough about love and dating at Princeton. The article discusses the Love and Fidelity Network's 2015 Valentine's Day Campaign, #BringDatingBack.

Princeton Alumni Weekly: Preventing Sexual Assaults

01/13/2016

Eva Haine writes a letter to PAW discussing sexual misconduct on campus and the need to move the conversation beyond consent. She mentions The Anscombe Society and Alternative.

The male brain on porn: Wheaton researcher speaks at Pitt

12/09/2015

The Pitt News does a write-up of Off the Hook's event with Dr. William Struthers.

Polyamory is Not a Family Structure for Children

11/28/2015

Student Fellow James Lopez (Biola University) writes about the harms of polyamory on children.

Galvan '16: Diversifying the Conversation on Sex Positivity

11/09/2015

Student Fellow Lauren Galvan writes about the need to diversify the conversation at Brown.

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