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greater religious interest on college campus

New York Times article, “Matters of Faith Find a New Prominence on Campus“, excerpted below:: Across the country, on secular campuses as varied as Colgate University, the University of Wisconsin and the University of California, Berkeley, chaplains, professors and administrators say students are drawn to religion and spirituality with more fervor than at any time […]

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checking-in on Virginia Tech

[mirrored from the Leadership Network Learnings blog] I talked with Josh Deng to check-in on what’s happening there in terms of a Christian witness on the Virginia Tech campus. Josh is a Virginia Tech junior (who is Chinese/Asian-American) and on the leadership team of vtONE, an organization that unites the body of Christ at Virginia […]

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growing impact on college campuses

Amidst this collection of essays about the religious engagement among undergraduates, hosted by the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) is this article by Rebecca Y. Kim, Asian Americans for Jesus: Changing the Face of Campus Evangelicalism, which re-explores the growth and impact of college campus ministries and the active participation of many by Asian Americans. […]

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