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What Does Real Love Look Like?

“Off the Hook” is the Love and Fidelity Network Student Chapter at the University of Virginia. Below are a few reflections from their recently elected President, Danny Pluta, about Off the Hook’s plans for next semester. By Danny Pluta The … Continue reading »

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So 2013: Why Twerking Was Just a Flash in the Pan

by Sarah Greek Google reports that the most-searched question of 2013 was ‘what is twerking?’ and the most-searched person was Miley Cyrus. Will the fascination last? It cannot. Many of us, yes, googled ‘twerking’ – the visual, sexual appeal rouses … Continue reading »

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How Disney Sabotaged Our Love Lives

    Ashley hits the nail on the head when she claims that the cultural belief in a “soulmate” actually undermines our chances at happiness. “Further,” she claims, “it fosters self-centeredness; one rarely longs to be a soul mate for … Continue reading »

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The deadline to apply for our student leadership seminar has been extended!

It’s not too late to apply for our student leadership seminar, Integrity in Action: Advancing University Leadership in a Contemporary Sexual Culture, and we are excited to announce that we have added more scholars to the list of seminar speakers. … Continue reading »

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Congratulations to the Providence College Anscombe Society!

We are so excited to announce that the Providence College Anscombe Society has received official recognition and can now be considered a permanent campus club! Below, Anscombe Society Co-Presidents, Tom Pell and Melissa Scott, reflect on the recognition process and … Continue reading »

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An update from Stanford – a victory for free speech!

By: Caitlin Seery Sharing this exciting update from students at Stanford. The administration has “found” enough funds to subsidize security for the conference, removing the effective tax on free speech. STANFORD HONORS REQUEST TO REMOVE TAX ON FREE SPEECH March … Continue reading »

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Stanford Students Fight Tax on Speech

By: Caitlin Seery Sharing a press release put out today by the Stanford Anscombe Society, detailing the imposition of a tax on free speech at their upcoming Communicating Values conference. CONTACT Judith Romea, President, Stanford Anscombe Society at stanfordanscombesociety@gmail.com The … Continue reading »

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On the Messiness of Relationships and the Need for Courageous Men

By Louis Cona  Are men today willing to suffer for their love or embrace the “messiness” of commitment and risk taking? Taking a look at our current culture would produce skeptical answers. Divorce rates are over 50%, sexuality is being … Continue reading »

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On 20 Strangers Making Out

By Brittany Crippen There’s a video going viral on Facebook right now called First Kiss. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can watch it here, but it might not be what you’re actually expecting. The video takes 20 strangers, … Continue reading »

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Time to Challenge Society’s Status quo on Pornography

By Brittany Borman Pornography is something that many college students assume is a normal activity, possibly even a healthy one. As a college-aged woman, I am told that statistically speaking, the majority of my male friends have probably viewed pornography, … Continue reading »

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