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Taking the Test

On Thursday, November 12th, Tommitrise was getting ready to welcome her baby girl into this world, but even as she prepared for labor, she couldn’t quite sit back and “enjoy” labor. She still had a college psychology test to take! “It took me 4-5 hours after the opening of the test to try to put the pain to the side and do
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Moving beyond first steps

Sometimes being a pro-life activist means getting a call from a pregnant girl while you’re at Stop & Shop at 7pm buying a toothbrush. Yep, that actually happened. A lady I met at 40 Days for Life was outside the Planned Parenthood in Boston, and had struck up a conversation with this young girl who had started to reconsider her
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3 Ways to Support Your Friend

Very few women plan to get pregnant while in college. Typically, college pregnancy comes as a surprise, even to those who are willingly in a sexually active relationship. No matter what her situation may be, the unexpected pressure and challenges of this pregnancy may lead her to feel panicked, scared, and alone. She may feel pressured into choosing abortion because she doesn’t
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Reaching the Greeks

The Pregnant on Campus Initiative is aimed to support all types of pregnant and parenting students. We want to help every pregnant and parenting student have support as they enter parenthood and continue their education. With that in mind, student groups need to find new ways to reach groups that they may not typically interact with. Greek Life is a popular
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No words for how blessed I am

I came from a great family. My parents have made mistakes, just like they all do, but they have always provided me with everything I’ve ever needed. My dad even set up a college fund for me when I was a baby. I’ve always lived in good neighborhoods. I drove a nice car and went to a good school. With
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St. Gregory’s Pro-Life Team brings hope & support to campus

We love celebrating the wonderful projects of student groups across the country! That’s why we asked St. Gregory’s Pro-Life Team to share with us their awesome Pregnant on Campus outreach efforts on campus. This group is bringing hope and support to their community through new outreach efforts and heartfelt projects. What motivated you to engage in the Pregnant on Campus Initiative?
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Practical Advice for Student Moms

Amberosity is a 22-year-old parenting student now attending Oregon State University. As the mom of 3 young children and expecting her fourth child this Fall, Amberosity generously offered her advice to other pregnant and parenting students.   Find at least one solid support person. You are going to have days where you question why you are doing this and how
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Top Schools for Pregnant & Parenting Students 2015

As students all across the country head back to college and get ready for another year of being immersed in the university culture of studying, working, partying, and hopefully learning, many students will face unexpected events along the way that could catapult them into shock and have them running to the nearest Planned Parenthood to “fix” their problem. What “problem”
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We Challenge YOU!

It’s a new school year! Get your group off to a great start by accepting the Pregnant on Campus® Challenge! This Fall, our team is challenging your group to get involved in the Pregnant on Campus Initiative® by completing our Challenge. If you follow these 4 Steps to the Challenge, your group can earn an awesome group prize! Show your campus that your group is
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SJU Students for Life pair compassion with action

College student groups are instrumental in advancing support for pregnant and parenting students on campus. Through creative and compassionate efforts, they are providing the resources and support that their peers need to be successful students and great parents.  Many groups also extend their efforts into their community by supporting various pregnancy and parenting resource organizations. We asked St. John’s University Students
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