December Group of the Month

DPU Students for Life December Group of the Month As 2012 comes to a close, Students for Life of America would like to recognize DPU Students for Life as our December “Group of the Month.” Throughout this Fall semester, DPU Students for Life has been actively engaged on the DePauw University campus and in their…

What about Rape? Panel Recap

During the 2012 Election, those in favor of abortion often referred to rape as a reason why abortion should remain legal in all 9 months of pregnancy, for whatever reason. Most people, including many pro-life individuals, avoid the question of whether abortion is “ok” in the cases of rape. At SFLA we felt that it…

Win Cash for Your Group!

Every year at the SFLA National Conference, we recognize and honor student pro-life groups from across the country who have made huge strides in the movement to abolish abortion in America. This year, we are giving three groups the opportunity to be recognized for their excellence at our conference in addition to winning cash prizes…

A New Pro-Life Christmas Tradition

By: Kristan Hawkins For my family we keep our Christmas decorating simple:  a Christmas tree, an advent calendar, stockings inside of our house, and lights wrapped around our tree and in our flower bed outside. But this year, we’ve added something different. My husband stuck little battery-operated candles on the inside of our windows. You…

Pro-Life on a Christian Campus: It’s not easy!

Many people might assume that pro-lifers on Christian campuses have it easier than most. Nevertheless, time and time again, pro-life students have discovered that Christian faculty and students continue to display indifference towards the injustice of abortion. Recently, Westmont College, a Christian college in California, has come into the spotlight for its continued resistance against…

The Freedom of Expression and Freedom for All

By: Christian Andzel, University of Buffalo Students for Life On Monday at UB, there was an absolutely terrific event focused on human rights and it was hosted by a club named Amnesty International which is a student run club on campus that focuses on human rights throughout the world. On Monday, students including myself participated…