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EDITORIAL: Defund Intolerance

10/20/2017

The Hoya editorial board publicly advocates to defund Love Saxa.

Students Call to Defund Love Saxa

10/20/2017

Georgetown students Jasmin Ouseph and Chad Gasman demand Love Saxa lose access to student group funding.

Georgetown pro-marriage group faces sanctions after students complain

10/20/2017

The Catholic News Agency reports on the accusation of intolerance directed at Georgetown student group Love Saxa for holding the same view on marriage as the Catholic church.

Confessions of a College Virgin

09/08/2017

Love Saxa president Amelia Irvine talks about Love Saxa's mission statement.

THE LOVE AND FIDELITY NETWORK WELCOMES ALAIN OLIVER AS NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

06/29/2017

NATIONAL POSTER CAMPAIGN CHANGES CAMPUS CONVERSATIONS AROUND VALENTINE’S DAY

02/15/2017

Transforming Hookup Culture: A Review of American Hookup

02/15/2017

Hookup culture is as much about being accepted and admired by one’s peers as about sex.

NATIONAL CAMPAIGN ENCOURAGES COLLEGE STUDENTS TO “BE UNEXPECTED,” LOOK BEYOND HYPE OF VALENTINE’S DAY

02/08/2017

US divorce rate hits 40-year low. Here's what those numbers won't tell you

11/26/2016

On Campus, Salvaging Love from the Ruins

11/03/2016

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).

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