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Join our Find 50 Challenge

by LFN Staff We have an exciting new challenge this holiday season! Thanks to the support of a generous donor, we’ve been offered an end-of-year challenge grant in the amount of $5,000. The only catch is that we need your help … Continue reading »

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9 Casual Date Ideas: Think Outside the Box!

by Brittany Crippen This week we’ve been encouraging students to “take the plunge” and start asking each other out. Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to tell that special person you think they’re worth getting to know better. Asking someone out … Continue reading »

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We’re Hiring!

You might have noticed that we’ve been pretty busy lately, so we decided it’s time to expand our team! We are thrilled to be seeking a new colleague to join us in our Princeton office this September. With a growing … Continue reading »

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Is she just a night…or could she be worth a lifetime?

By Amelia Sims This reflection was inspired by the campaign poster (pictured right) which poses the question, “Is she just a night…or could she be worth a lifetime?” Last night I stood with my friend at the corner of a … Continue reading »

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Getting ready!

In case you haven’t noticed, we at the Love & Fidelity offices have been busy getting ready for our biggest annual event – Sexuality, Integrity, and the University. It’s hard to believe we are in our sixth year. Registration is … Continue reading »

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A Modest Proposal for Halloween

by Caitlin Seery Last March Donna Freitas reflected on her own college Halloween experience in the Washington Post. She recalls: “When I was an undergraduate at Georgetown University in the early 1990s, my roommate and I dressed up like prostitutes … Continue reading »

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Part of the Solution

An Observation from Columbia’s Conference on the Family in Modern Society By: Kendel Christensen As an alternative education teacher in Philadelphia, I frequently remind my students to ask themselves “Am I being part of the solution or part of the … Continue reading »

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Words That Still Matter: STRENGTH

By: Margaret Fortney A lot of the idioms that we use in talking about love suggest that it’s associated with weakness. There’s the damsel in distress waiting for her knight in shining armor. We get “weak in the knees” as … Continue reading »

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Some Words Still Matter

By: Caitlin Seery Romance is in the air this week. Or, at least what the card industry would have us call romance. We’re inundated with cheesy love poems and all things pink, red, violet, and chocolate. In the midst of … Continue reading »

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Recipe for Success: Marriage Edition

By: Amanda Brennan Student Fellow Amanda Brennan reflects on her experience at the Love and Fidelity Network’s annual conference last fall. Uniting with hundreds of other young minds to discuss the current state of marriage, family, and sexuality left me … Continue reading »

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