|At the University of Northwestern—St. Paul, whenever you go on a date with someone or start dating, the common assumption is you're going to get married. This mindset of many Northwestern students toward dating exemplifies the marriage-oriented|
|A few days ago on Twitter, Christian feminist writer Sarah Bessey started a conversation about the misogynistic things that “only Christian women hear.” And it went wild. Women (and a few men) of all denominations shared their experiences of a sexism |
|Accounting professor Vernon Pollard believes that students getting married in college is “way premature” because “people are not in the same place of maturity and resources.” Regardless of where Pollard stands, he says: “All you ... “My exposure has|
|The video series is titled “Dating Advice with Sean,” and it tackles dating abuse with a talk show-style format featuring a clueless host who gives comically poor advice. ... Advertising senior Christian Trudeau, the screenwriter of the video series|
|As Bob Jones Sr. traveled the Chautauqua lecture circuit evangelizing in the 1920s, parents told him time and time again that they had sent their children off to college and when they returned home, they had rejected their faith. ... “Bob Jones|
|As an observant Jew from birth, I've been surprised by how many people I've met at Yale who've become religious in college; the notoriously secular modern university is brimful with not only students of faith, but students who have found that faith in|
|At Whitworth University, a Christian liberal arts college in Spokane, Washington, one hears faint echoes of a social expectation that's common to Christian campuses: “ring by spring.” It's the idea that college students should have given or received an |
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