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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.
PRINCETON, NJ—At college campuses across the country, students who are fed up with the disappearance of the date from campus life are launching a nationwide campaign to bring dating back.
LFN Student Fellow Carlos D. Flores at UC Santa Barbara argues that we should make public policy and encourage social norms that reflect the truth about the human person and sexuality, not obfuscate the truth about such matters and sow the seeds of sexual confusion in future generations for years to come.
Campus Conservatives Celebrate Valentine's Day with #BringDatingBack Campaign
A note from Ryan Shinkel: In a previous piece, I interviewed Princeton professor Robert P. George on the state of Catholicism in America. (Elsewhere, I have interviewed him about what being a prominent social conservative in academia is like.) What follows is the remainder of the interview that we conducted while attending the Love and Fidelity Network’s (LFN) annual conference in Princeton in November; our conversation covered subjects such as natural law theory, the liberal arts, and the rise of Anscombe Societies across college campuses in America and Mexico.
Ryan Shinkel describes his first experience encountering an Anscombe Society, and explains why they represent a new counterculture.
Caitlin La Ruffa was interviewed on EWTN News Nightly to discuss the Humanum Colloquium in Rome and the Love and Fidelity Network.
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