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‘Fight Not Done’ over HHS Mandate, Says Thomas Aquinas College President
‘Fight Not Done’ over HHS Mandate, Says Thomas Aquinas College President
11/28/2014 || Dr. Michael McLean, president of Thomas Aquinas College (TAC) in Santa Paula, Calif., recently spoke with host Molly Smith on her show "From the Median" about TAC's courtroom battle against the HHS mandate.

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Fordham Alumni Discuss ‘New Theological Perspectives’ on ‘Sexual and Gender Diversity’  11/25/2014

University of Dallas Wins Beautification Award from City  11/25/2014

Controversy over Same-Sex Marriage Discussion at Marquette Gets National Attention  11/25/2014

Student Committee Pushes for ‘Gender-Neutral’ Bathrooms at Loyola University Chicago  11/24/2014

UST-Houston Faculty Collaborate to Write Book on JPII, Role of Women in the Church  11/24/2014

Ave Maria Hosting Vatican Astronomer as Distinguished Visiting Scholar  11/24/2014

Loyola University New Orleans Faculty Senate Approves Proposal for Same-Sex Benefits  11/21/2014

True Catholic Universities Called to ‘Fidelity to Truth,’ Says Duke Divinity Prof.  11/21/2014

Franciscan University Symposium: True Catholic Identity Requires ‘Commitment to Faith’  11/21/2014

Bishop Flores: Catholic Schools Must Continue Outreach to Underserved, Immigrant Communities  11/21/2014

Updated Catechism for Adults Gives Access to Church Teaching Online  11/21/2014

Wyoming Catholic College Reaches ‘Major Milestone’ in Accreditation Process  11/20/2014

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Ave Maria Hits ‘Milestone’ in Creation of New Nursing Program
 
Ave Maria Hits ‘Milestone’ in Creation of New Nursing Program
11/28/2014 || The Florida Board of Nursing recently approved the new nursing program beginning at Ave Maria University. Classes will reportedly begin soon for those interested in the new major, with the first graduates slated for the 2016-17 academic year.

Students Give Thanks for Humanities at Thomas More College of Liberal Arts
 
Students Give Thanks for Humanities at Thomas More College of Liberal Arts
11/26/2014 || Marlene Schuler, a recent graduate of The Thomas More College of Liberal Arts (TMC) in Merrimack, N.H., interviewed several current students about the humanities curriculum ingrained in the College for a new article on the TMC website.

Pressure Builds for ‘Gender-Neutral’ Spaces on Campus at St. Joseph’s University
 
Pressure Builds for ‘Gender-Neutral’ Spaces on Campus at St. Joseph’s University
11/26/2014 || Gender-neutral bathrooms and residence halls "could be on the horizon" for Saint Joseph's University (SJU) in Philadelphia, according to an article published by the University's student newspaper.

Report by Pro Same-Sex Marriage Group Touted at Gonzaga
 
Report by Pro Same-Sex Marriage Group Touted at Gonzaga
11/26/2014 || The Human Rights Campaign report detailed the "status of LGBT equality" in various cities and lauded "incredible advances toward marriage equality in states across the nation," adding that "we celebrate these victories, but know our work is far from over."

Mount St. Mary’s Gives Student-Athletes Opportunity for Spiritual Coaching
 
Mount St. Mary’s Gives Student-Athletes Opportunity for Spiritual Coaching
11/26/2014 || Students at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Md., are taking advantage of the “spiritual coaching” provided by the University’s sports chaplaincy program. The program was recently highlighted in an article for the Frederick News-Post.

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