Voters Want to Know About Abortion

Were you one of the 80 million people who tuned into the first presidential debate this past Monday night? This was the most-watched presidential debate in history. Eighty million is an enormous number of people watching a single event. Do you know what people were Googling, according to Google Trends, during the debate but never…

Mizzou Attempts to Scare Students Away from New Campus Tour

Students for Life of America’s brand new campus tour this semester is all about revealing the cycle of corruption between taxpayer-funded abortion giant Planned Parenthood and their enormous influence over one political party. The display consists of banners outlining the tax dollars Planned Parenthood gets and how they are able to significantly buy like-minded politicians…

Situation at Ohio University

Our new Cycle of Corruption campus display, which reveals how Planned Parenthood, a taxpayer-funded organization and the nation’s largest abortion provider, also buys off politicians so that they are free to do as many abortions as possible and rake in revenue, is at Ohio University today and students have already encountered a problem. The University,…

Gosnell Movie Needs to be Shown Everywhere

By Missy Stone, National Field Director at Students for Life of America. I don’t cry in movies. I never have. People who know me find that interesting because I am a very emotional person, so it’s surprising that my emotions aren’t triggered during moving or heart wrenching films. However, today was an exception. I watched…

Brand New Campus Tour: Cycle of Corruption

Students for Life of America is proud to announce their brand new campus tour,  Cycle of Corruption, which highlights the cycle of corruption in the abortion industry and challenges students to learn more about their own political parties and influence them on behalf of the pro-life position. Panels are below that are a part of…

Great idea for Cemetery of the Innocents: Balloons

Sometimes Students for Life groups on campus run into issues when they try to do a Cemetery of the Innocents display, which usually consists of close to 3,000 crosses that are pushed into the ground and represent the number of babies aborted each day. Some campuses have rules that pertain to landscaping and groups aren’t…

August Group of the Month: Colorado State University

Students for Life at Colorado State University (CSU) kicked off their school year with an excitement that has ignited their passion for life and fueled their momentum. Students for Life at CSU participated in the National Pro-Life Generation Sidewalk Day in August before the school year even began and hosted another prayer vigil and protest…