Yesterday, the Students for Life at Indiana University gathered in Dunn Meadow outside of the Student Union as part of the Planned Parenthood Project tour that is visiting over 41 campuses across the United States this fall. This outreach opportunity was widely successful in communicating the truths regarding Planned Parenthood’s abortion business.
Students for Life's Planned Parenthood Project has just started our 2nd week, and we are heading to Michigan right now -visiting 4 campuses in the next 4 days with our message of truth - truth about what Planned Parenthood is really about…abortion.
Ever feel like you’re the only pro-life student dealing with hardships? Let us tell you - you’re not alone!
Yesterday, Students for Life of America, the nation's largest pro-life youth organization, launched a 18,041 mile tour for their ground-breaking Planned Parenthood Project. The tour will visit 41 universities and 20 states over the next 8 weeks.
A recent engineering graduate from Tulane University is attempting to make his millions by turning his senior project into a business.Ben Cappiello is seeking to “better” the lives of women around the world by improving the delivery system for the controversial contraceptive/abortifacient intrauterine device, commonly called the “IUD.” Unfortunately, like so many problems our world faces today, the medical flaws and dangers inherent to IUDs cannot be fixed a gun.
Every year on National Pro-Life Chalk Day, hundreds of students all across the country take to their campuses to write life-affirming messages on the sidewalks. And every year, we inevitably hear reports of pro-abortion vandalism by people who just can’t handle an opposing view. It is all part of a disturbing trend at colleges and universities where students and professors who support abortion resort to empty rhetoric, intimidation and misinformation, rather than engage with pro-lifers and their arguments.
Medical Students for Life (MedSFL) is pleased to announce our send annual MedSFL Summer Fellowship participants and activities. The 2013 Summer Fellows were carefully selected through a competitive process with applications submitted from across the nation. Each med extern will participate in a five week training by some of America’s leading bioethicists, clinicians, researchers, health economists, and legal experts.