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Lecture at Pitt prompts student to ask, “How do I ask someone out?”

by the Pitt Off the Hook Officer Team This past April Pitt Off the Hook invited Monica Gabriel, the Relationship Editor at Verily Magazine, to give a talk entitled “The Big Lie of the Hookup Culture,” at the University of … Continue reading »

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The Science of Porn

by Jackie Herrick On Thursday, April 28th, Off the Hook at James Madison University invited Dr. William Struthers to share his research with a packed room of students and visitors. The ambiguity of our event title, “The Science of Porn,” … Continue reading »

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Harvard Alumni Tell Students,
“Stay True to What You Believe”

by the Harvard College Anscombe Society Officer Team Last month, the Harvard College Anscombe Society was pleased to invite three Anscombe alumni (Derek Bekebrede ’13, Matt Menendez ’14, and Colin Motley ’10) to come back to campus to speak about … Continue reading »

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‘The Hidden Costs of Porn’ at Princeton

by the Princeton Anscombe Society Officer Team As part of its week-long anit-porn campaign, the Anscombe Society invited Dr. Mary Anne Layden to present a talk entitled “The Hidden Costs of Porn” to an audience of around 70 people at Princeton … Continue reading »

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Students Discuss Surrogacy at the University of Dallas

by Emily Lataif For our second event of the semester, the University of Dallas Anscombe Society hosted Jennifer Lahl, a bioethicist and award winning filmmaker, who spoke at the Love and Fidelity Network’s 2015 national conference, Sexuality, Integrity, and the University. … Continue reading »

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Brown’s Newest Student Group, ‘Unhooked,’ Makes Its Debut On Campus

by the Unhooked Officer Team While some of you might have been strategizing how to ask your crush out or planning the perfect “level one” date for Valentine’s Day weekend, Unhooked at Brown spent Friday, February 12th, cozied up in … Continue reading »

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‘How to Follow Your Heart Without Losing Your Mind’ at Princeton

by the Princeton Anscombe Society Officer Team On February 11, 2016 the Princeton Anscombe Society hosted Dr. John Van Epp who lectured on the topic of college dating and relationships. His talk, entitled “How to Follow Your Heart without Losing … Continue reading »

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Anscombe Society at the University of Dallas
Starts Semester on High Note

by Emily Lataif The Anscombe Society is the newest club at the University of Dallas and our semester is off to a great start, thanks to an event highlighting the group’s namesake, “The Anscombe Behind the Anscombe Society” earlier this … Continue reading »

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A Valentine’s Reminder From a Florist

by Andrew Debter Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, which means stores are decked out in pink and red. Soon millions of people will buy flowers and chocolate for their significant other as a sign of their love and … Continue reading »

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Reflections on Second International Children’s Rights Institute Conference

by Carlos Flores Divorce is a topic that few want to talk about. Perhaps this is because of the extraordinary number of marriages that end in divorce. Perhaps this is because of the unfortunate experiences of children whose parents have … Continue reading »

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