University of Missouri Skepticals, Atheists, Secular Humanists, and Agnostics!
"We see ourselves as being one small part of a greater collective voice advocating for secular values in our country, and the SSA is an incredible resource for us to look to for direction in its advancement! "
For several years, students of the University of Missouri Skeptics, Atheists, Secular Humanists and Agnostics (aka MU SASHA) dedicated their time, energy, and service into the larger picture of SSA by making their group, and their community, a more welcoming place for secular individuals. They would take on tasks such as making sure the city would provide free public transportation on Election Day making the voting process easier and more attainable for everyone there. They also successfully removed a specifically religious statue from a public government building in the city of Columbia, MO. As a result of their hard-work and organization, they won an honorable mention for the Chancellor’s Excellence Award for Most Outstanding Large Organization at the University of Missouri. Several MU SASHA officers and members attended an awards ceremony in honor of the organizations and fantastic leaders. Great job MU SASHA!