Spring 2015 meetings:
Tuesdays 8 p.m. in Ritter 200
Check us out by coming to a meeting! We love new members and are always looking to grow :)
If you are a SLU student, you can apply for assistance from the Virginia D. Murphy Endowment for Pregnant and Parenting Student Assistance. In addition to monetary assistance, support from the SFL community is also offered.
You can also find information about St. Louis area pregnancy resource centers on our links page.
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SLU Students for Life welcomes you!
On April 15th we held our first Atlas Week event, "The Death Penalty Around the World," as part of Atlas Week 2015. There was a presentation comparing capital punishment in different countries and then we broke into discussion groups. There were 35 people present and we were able to start some great dialogue!
If you would like to check out some of the sources we referenced during the presentation, see the attached document below.
Thanks to everyone who attended!
For Respect Life Month 2014, we are writing a reflection blog. Each day a photo, link, or piece from one of our club members will be posted.
Here is the link: http://slurlm2014.wordpress.com/
Submit to our blog via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SLU Students for Life is committed to learning about and standing up for current human life issues, especially those that are prevalent in our community. One such issue is the death penalty. So far this year there have been 7 executions in the state of Missouri, more than the state's combined total for the past 8 years (Death Penalty Information Center).
The execution of Earl Ringo, a man who committed two murders in 1998, is set for Wednesday, September 10th.
The death penalty is an issue that is complicated for many people, including members of our club. We must keep the families of the murder victims, the family of Mr. Ringo, Mr. Ringo himself, and everyone involved in the case and execution in our minds and hearts.
Missourians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty hosts a Vigil ahead of each execution on the steps of St. Francis Xavier College Church on the corner of Grand and Lindell.
Since this Vigil conflicts with our weekly meeting time, members of SLU Students for Life who want to participate will continue the Vigil after our meeting.
Please join us:
MADP Vigil 8-9 pm
SLU SFL Vigil 8:45-9:30 pm
For more information about MADP or for resources to write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper:
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April 2 2014 article: http://stlouisreview.com/article/2014-04-02/fostering-choice-life
From the Feminists for Life Pregnancy Resource Forum held on campus March 27th.
May 8 2013 article: http://stlouisreview.com/article/2013-05-08/slu-students-building
"Students for Life as a whole, and especially through the work of the Pregnant and Parenting Student Assistance committee, works to build a culture at SLU that supports life from conception to natural death...Through our endowment and tangible goals on campus, like lactation suites, we are able to build a culture of life not just in support of the unborn, but for the mothers, fathers, and their children. Our hope is that thorough this continuous building of a culture of life, women experience real support, which makes the decision to have a child easier, as resources are available to parents, and, more importantly, SLU is a warm and open place for pregnant and parenting students." - Allie Lombardo
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