Poetry

Legislation

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Legislation By Sophie Schott   The voice of the people Powerful words from the powerless Demanding representation After years of neglect   Irony comes in the select- The represented some- The borders of society subtracted Others, considered less than none   Refuse to be a silent majority But wield the deadly weapon of voice Printed […]

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Divisive Assumptions

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The most common question I get is “is it hard being in a pro-life group on such a liberal campus?” I am not proud of the way I’ve responded to this question in the past. The first time I heard it I was surprised; I hadn’t realized anyone thought this way. The question implies that […]

Events

On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade…

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40 years ago, the Supreme Court of the United States decided that if a human fetus wasn’t “viable” it wasn’t a person. Since then, more than 54 million babies have been lost to abortion. On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, January 22, 2013, many, including students from Texas Students for Life, assembled in front of Whole Women’s Health […]

Media

Hungry for Life

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Remember Terri Schiavo and her battle for life in 2005? In my busy college life, I sometimes forget… that is until I saw this film from an old friend of mine. “Hungry” is a short film by Adam Hardy that tells the story of Terri’s last few days from her perspective. Hungry has made the Top […]

Organization News

Site launched!

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Today, we launch Texas Students for Life‘s website. We hope to soon rank well enough on Google to be found. 🙂 If you are excited about a prolife UT, share our new site on your blog, Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus! And definitely join us if you want to help save babies and protect life! Join […]

Opinion

When Roe v. Wade Actually Protects Life

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It doesn’t often happen, but Roe v. Wade actually protects life sometimes. That’s because it also protects the right to privacy for mothers who choose life. Like the teen from Corpus Christi whose parents tried to force her to choose death.

History

Remembering the Holocaust

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Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. January 27th is the day that Soviet troops arrived in Auschwitz and liberated the Jews being held there. Every year, the United Nations takes a moment to remember those who died at one of the lowest points in human history and work so nothing like this happens again. Ever. For those of […]