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Ellie Kiesel, president of Students For Life, responds to Noelle Harrington, a freshman English major, in Carter Hall Wednesday. Harrington got up to speak after Kiesel opened the floor to attendees wanting to discuss the topic of abortion.

Students discuss abortion, women’s rights

Josh Meredith and Violet Thomas-Cummings April 29, 2021

Students for Life led a discussion on abortion in Carter Hall Wednesday after the opposing side withdrew from the public debate.  The Feminist Majority Alliance requested to postpone the debate till...

Paige Schemanske, sophomore nursing student, died Friday. Schemanske was a friend, RA and member of Students for Life.

Friends mourn nursing sophomore

Shelby Clark, Digital Editor April 26, 2021

Students are mourning the loss of one of their own last week. Paige Schemanske, sophomore nursing student, died Friday in Marion County, Indiana.  Schemanske, 20, of Carmel, Indiana, died from suicide,...

Students for Life holds second protest

Students for Life holds second protest

Gabi Wy October 21, 2015

 The university allowed Students for Life to silently protest in their classes Tuesday with professor discretion and even sent out a mass email to faculty through the provost’s office. The students...

Students voice thoughts on controversial Quad display

Students voice thoughts on controversial Quad display

Gabi Wy October 6, 2015

Laura Schwindel wanted the Quad and only the Quad for the visual display protesting Planned Parenthood Sept. 30. The Students for Life president said the university Scheduling Services pushed for...

Quad display ignites 'good and bad' talk

Quad display ignites ‘good and bad’ talk

Gabi Wy September 30, 2015

Pink banners and a field of crosses greeted students walking by the Quad Wednesday and brought about confusion and controversy. “The color for standing with Planned Parenthood is pink,” freshman...

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