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Interview with Raghen Lucy

October 22, 2018

The following article was originally published at Humanist Voices, by Scott Douglas Jacobsen. Raghen Lucy is a sophomore at Minnesota State University, Mankato. Growing up in Williston, North Dakota, she did not have an outlet to express her atheism and…

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Students express themselves on Ask An Atheist Day

October 17, 2018

by Julienne De Guzman A few weeks ago dozens of SSA chapters participated in Ask An Atheist Day on their campuses. From the University of Alaska Fairbanks to Penn State University to the University of Puerto Rico and all the…

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Finding Peace in Knowledge: My Journey to Secularism

October 9, 2018

Re-postedĀ from the Center for Religion and Global Citizenry at University of Wisconsin-Madison Gwen Salm is the Vice-President of Atheists, Humanists, and Agnostics, the SSA chapter at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The following first person account of her journey to secularism…

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