We Had to Call Campus Security

Lisa Atkins, SFLA Northwest Regional Coordinator Portland State University is one of the most liberal campuses in the Northwest Region that I travel to. It was my first stop with the Planned Parenthood Project so I was bracing myself for the possibility of a crazy day on campus. The display consists of banners revealing statistics…

How to Commit An Abortion Online

“It is [] our collective responsibility as healthcare providers to decrease maternal mortality throughout the world, and ensuring access to ‘safe’ abortion is a critical step in achieving that goal,” proclaimed Jody Steinauer, associate professor at the San Francisco General Hospital (1). Sure, the first half of that statement is good and true, preventing loss…

The Fall Med Speaking Tour is NOW!

With the MedSFLA Speaking Tour well under-way, medical student-led, pro-life groups are preparing to expose their campuses to the pro-life paradigm. Topics range from Natural Family Planning and public sexual health to euthanasia, perinatal hospice, and conscience rights. The doctors listed below will explore these topics and more from well-reasoned, scientific, and compassionate, ethical perspectives.…

The Poison in the Pill

One can find ads for every type of contraception blasted through nearly every media source—on the radio, on television, and all over the internet. Inundated, ad nauseam, by these seemingly innocuous, happy-go-lucky ads it is rare that the average consumer hears about the detrimental side-effects of these drugs and devices that, unfortunately, are very real.…

Finding Common Ground

Written by: RJ McVeigh, Students for Life Regional Coordinator Dialogue is possibly the most crucial part of pro-life activism- if you don’t know how to effectively talk to and relate to your peers on campus, especially those who are pro-choice, you will have a difficult time getting the right message across. Whether it is a…

We Care

Sexual assault is unfortunately prevalent in today’s culture. The National Institute of Justice reports that three percent of all college-age women are victims of completed or attempted rape, which translates to about 300 women on a campus of 10,000 female students. And nearly 80 percent of female victims of completed rape experienced the crime before the age of 25.…