Members of the Dallas community with opposing views on abortion agree on a few key points during Dialogue Not Debate.
This Holy Week, the tree that tells one that you have to be pro-life to be religious bears no fruit.
The SMU Feminist Equality Movement presented Dialogue (Not Debate): A Pro-Life and Pro-Choice Panel April 20.
SMU’s newest student organization, Mustangs for Unity, set up a display April 17 on Dallas Hall Lawn in response to last month’s “Memorial of Innocents” display.
Mustangs for Life’s display highlighted the need to have meaningful conversations about the consequences of abortion.
One of the most significant reasons why student leaders are hesitant to enter the discourse is the fear of facing harsh disagreement.
Carson Wright responds to criticism, explains reason for creating video against “Memorial of Innocents.”
Mustangs for Life set up an art display of over 2,000 crosses on Dallas Hall Lawn as a “Memorial of Innocents” April 17. The group says each cross represents an abortion performed in the United States during a single day.