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Will Co-Ed Bathroom Bill End Up on the California Ballot?

The Privacy For All Students (PFAS) coalition today announced they have submitted over 620,000 signatures to elections officials to qualify a statewide referendum allowing voters to reject the co-ed bathroom law (AB 1266) that was enacted by the Legislature and signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown. The coalition needs 504,760 valid voter signatures to qualify the referendum. Once validated by elections officials, the law will be suspended until voters decide whether to approve or reject it. “We are grateful…

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Idaho Grants Christian Student Groups Protections on Colleges

Watch out, Vandy! Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter of Idaho has signed a bill into law granting religious groups on school campuses protection. Under the new law, faith-based clubs have the right to require club leaders to agree to its religious beliefs and standards of conduct. Republican state Sen. Curt McKenzie introduced the bill to keep schools from adopting policies that single out Christian clubs. These rights are common sense and were always a part of religious organizations, but have recently…

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Biola Opens Educational Vault to Public Offering Hundreds of Free Resources

Biola University, a private, evangelical Christian, liberal arts university located in La Mirada, California, announced today the launch of its Open Biola website that offers free access to hundreds of classes, lectures, articles and other educational resources. The easy-to-navigate site — found at — allows visitors to search, stream, download and share videos and other learning materials that engage a wide range of academic topics from a Christian perspective. Open Biola is believed to be the first such open…

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Congressional Prayer Caucus Urges Vanderbilt U. to Stop Discriminating Against Religious Student Groups

Congressman Randy Forbes, Founder and Co-Chairman of the Congressional Prayer Caucus, along with Congressman Marsha Blackburn and Congressman Diane Black, led 36 Members of Congress in sending a second letter to Chancellor Nicholas Zeppos of Vanderbilt University, urging him to ensure that the school’s nondiscrimination policy is not being interpreted in a manner that discriminates against religious student groups. Last year, several religious student organizations at Vanderbilt University, including the Christian Legal Society and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, were…

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Valentine Checklist for College Students

Does your special Valentine hold up to the test? God set before us many guidelines in His Word that will help us establish the foundation for our future. As a college student, you stand at the threshold of your future. Your faith, career and love life will either collide or come together. Make sure all decisions are grounded in Chris. Many find their spouse during the college years. With classes, career and study consuming so much of your time and…

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College Daze

Web //–> Imagine yourself as an incoming college freshman. You are filled with excitement and anxiety as you register for your first classes as an official college student. The apartment you are staying in is just off campus. Rent split four ways is not too bad and one of the guys you knew in high school. Your buddy Brock is a now a fully situated and socially connected sophomore who has promised to show you the ropes (and some…

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Tim Tebow Speaks at Lipscomb April 17

Web //–> Former University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow will be the featured speaker at Lipscomb University’s Second Annual Don Meyer Evening of Excellence, Director of Athletics Philip Hutcheson recently announced. The event is set for April 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Lipscomb’s Allen Arena. A limited number of $50 seats are still available. The $25 and $100 seats are sold out. Click here to order tickets to the main event. Tebow’s appearance at Lipscomb is just five days…

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Are Online Degrees Treated the Same by Employers?

Web //–> With the proliferation of computers and email, many people have the opportunity to follow college courses online, and receive a degree from a college by following the standard curriculum for that degree at the college. This system offers convenience, and flexibility to many who otherwise might not be able to attend college, but there might be drawbacks when you have to verify your education to a prospective employer. Should you be concerned whether or not your online…

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