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By Meaghan Graham Foster

I grew up in a Christian home—we prayed together, we went to church together, I even went to a Christian school. Scripture memorization was how I learned the alphabet in kindergarten. When I entered college I was more than ready to break free of all the rules I had been held to by my loving, Christian parents.

By Greg Lindsay

When you think of prayer, you might think of scenes like sitting in a church pew with your eyes closed or someone on their knees with their hands clasped praying for events and situations in their

By Greg Lindsay

Fall of my freshman year at ASU saw me signing up for just about every club, event and experience I could find - except fraternity rush. I was your typical “I’m never going to rush” guy. It’s not that it was the last thing on my list, it wasn’t even on my list.

By Katie Haymond

“He should’ve known better.”

“I bet every guy views women in this way.”

By Melissa McCormick

Beginning the process of healing from sexual assault is a place no one ever thinks they will be. The pain, shame, and loneliness can run deep, and it often feels overwhelming.

By Alison Smith

With the start of the school year comes limitless things that demand our attention- school work, recruitment & other chapter activities, your job(s),intramurals, and of course, Snapchat notific

By Alison Smith

The Rio 2016 Olympic Summer Games have had an exciting start. World records shattered. Dreams fulfilled (or disappointed).

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