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This could be your group’s story!

In December 2013, Students for Life of America released a new video about our pro-life student group at Sac State and the impact that one pro-life student made in her friend’s life. This could be your group’s story if your group chooses to actively participate in the Pregnant on Campus Initiative. What will YOU do to be the voice of hope and compassion on
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My friend’s pregnant! What do I do?

Breathe. Yes, it can definitely be overwhelming to be confronted by a friend seeking your help- especially in a situation as important as pregnancy. You may feel pressured to know all the answers, and maybe you fear that if you don’t know all the answers, you may negatively impact her decision. Keep calm. You may not know all the answers,
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Be the Revolution

As an active pro-life student group, you have the ability to educate your peers about abortion and about the resources available to them to make a life-affirming decision. With your participation in the Pregnant on Campus Initiative, you may become one of the few student advocates on campus offering tangible resources for pregnant and parenting students. Your group may even
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Called to Action: Meet Bama Students for Life

Changing a college campus to embrace a culture of Life is no easy task. It takes courage, persistence, and a lot of energy! However, our students’ passion for helping women in unplanned pregnancies has driven them to achieve incredible successes. Meet Bama Students for Life. In the Spring of 2013, Bama Students for Life decided to take on the Pregnant
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Tiny Blue Lines: A new book by Chaunie Brusie

For those of you who have read our stories of young student moms, many of you will remember the story of Chaunie Brusie, who became a mother as a 21-year-old senior in college. Since giving birth to her daughter, Ada, Chaunie has courageously embraced her motherhood, and she has used her story to inspire and encourage other young women experiencing
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A Life Changed

By Lo Martinez, SFLA Rocky Mountain Regional Coordinator Early last week I received an urgent message from a girl who attends a local university in Colorado who was two months into an unplanned pregnancy. She didn’t know how she was going to finish school while pregnant and parenting. How would she tell her parents, professors, and family? All very valid
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Post-Baby Beauty

As young women, we are often too critical of our appearances. Although young and beautiful, we tend to obsess over an endless list of “flaws.” We give ourselves too little praise for the beauty that we possess. As women enter motherhood, a new challenge arises– accepting the post-baby body. Stretch marks. Wider hips. Scars. Extra weight. All this and more are
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Let the Games Begin!

Competition can breed the greatest friends or the fiercest enemies. If you are a college football fan, you know exactly what I am talking about! Let me go ahead and throw out 2 oh so fierce war cries– WAR EAGLE! ROLL TIDE! Now some of you are horrified that I just typed both cries in the same sentence. (The audacity!) However, picture this even more horrifying scene–
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Making Change Happen: BU Students For Life

Expanding your pregnant and parenting resources can certainly be an intimidating task. You may be afraid that you won’t know what to say when you finally meet a pregnant peer, or maybe you worry about opposition to your pregnancy and parenting support efforts. But taking the leap is worth it, and groups like Boston University Students for Life are courageously accepting this challenge!
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Making Ends Meet

Dear Student Moms, It is not easy. No, it is definitely not easy to pay for classes and books and housing and that little 15-lb. bundle of joy! How do you make ends meet when you are staring down countless bills and an almost empty wallet? Here are some suggestions for finding free or inexpensive baby supplies: 1. Ask your local
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