What About Rape?

Pro-lifers need to know how to answer the “what about rape?” question. This week, we are launching our national We Care Tour visiting several college campuses this fall, addressing this very question, not shirking from it. We will have the very real and honest conversations that need to be had; pass out rape whistles, sexual…

You Want It? We’ve Got It!

by R.J. McVeigh, SFLA’s Great Lakes Regional Coordinator Hey Everybody! Did you know that as a pro-life student group, you have so many FREE resources at your disposal to make a huge impact on your campus? As I was meeting with students around Michigan, Indiana and Ohio these past few weeks, I’ve realized that so…

Vandalism at Chalkings Display in Michigan

Post written by Mirna Awrow, President of Students for Life at Oakland University in Rochester, MI Fifteen to twenty students with hectic schedules waited until 8 PM this past Thursday to chalk positive, pro-life messages on Oakland University’s campus. One member told me that she finished class at 3 PM and tried her best to…

New and FREE AAPLOG/MedSFLA brochures

Are you in need of interesting pro-life medical materials for your campus group? We just finished our brand new tri-fold brochures which have been revised and updated with convincing statistics and empirical data from peer-reviewed journal articles, case studies, and research papers that advocate for the pro-life position. With the help of the American Association…

MedSFLA 2014 Fall Speaking Tour

Medical Student for Life of America is proud to announce our bi-annual speaking tour this fall, which educates students on the consequences of abortion, helps to promote civil public discourse on the injustice of abortion, and seeks to advance the pro-life message within the academic sphere most directly affecting human life: medical schools. Why go…

2 Babies Saved!

by: Kaitlynn Williams, former Stevens Fellow, Freshman at the University of Arizona Social Media Helps Save a Baby Checking and updating social media pages can take time and effort but it’s certainly worth it because so many people use the platform to communicate – and sometimes it can even be a means to save the life…