Archive for December 2018
Secular Student Fellowship at USC fights campus loneliness epidemic
Cross-posted from USC News by Joanna Clay, USC News Daphne Armstrong remembers when she first came to USC. Fresh from Missouri, she felt a bit out of place. “There was some culture shock,” said Armstrong, who is now a junior. “All my roommates were from SoCal and grew up going to USC football games and seemed…Read More
Maggie Capehart and Marshall University in the news!
The Marshall University Secular Student Alliance was recently in the news for their Graveyard of the Gods display on campus. The co-president, Maggie Capehart, has some important thoughts about why they organize this event every year. The Secular Student Alliance of Marshall University combats negative stigmas surrounding secularists and the non-religious and promotes critical, logical…Read More
SSA Chapters Across Texas Volunteer in Houston
On November 3, three SSA chapters in Texas converged on Houston for a service day project to help reconstruct houses that were damaged when Hurricane Harvey hit in 2017. Texas A&M University, led by Sean Shamgar, University of Texas Austin, led by EJ Sorrell, and St. John’s School, led by Lincoln Dow, came out on…Read More